Race, identity, tolerance, and world peace—a life story

Mayannah Dahlheim, of Reuth, Germany, knows something about bridging cultures and races. She was born in Kenya. When Mayannah was a child, her mother, a Kenyan, married a German, and they all lived in the United States for four years. Then they packed up and headed to Germany. Today, 20-year-old Mayannah spends time between her home in Germany and her college in the US, where she studies philosophy, theater, and art.

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