Essay On Cultural Interview

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I interviewed my coworker Harris Siddiqui, who is 30 years old. He is a Pakistan Muslim American who was born in New York City. He visits him Pakistan country and has Dual citizenship to his heritage country. He speaks two fluent languages, which are English and Urdu. He is a religious Islamic male, who feels that he has a Hybrid blend culture. He was born August 17, 1986 in Queens, New York; where he lives all his life. He attended two Elementary school named Eastern Elmhurst Queens until the 5th grade and PSI 495 Elementary school to the 8th grade. He went to Newtown High School. Then furthered his education at LaGuardia Community College, where he achieved his Associates degree in Sciences in studying Business Administration. After he graduated, he went onto York College to achieve his Bachelor’s in Community Health Education and graduated with a 3.4 GPA. He desires a career in the business world. But his life took a detour after graduation. He worked in Retail for two years. Then he got a job as a Juvenile Detention Counselor at the Crossroads Center located in Brooklyn, New York for two years; where he treated and …show more content…
Race doesn’t play an important part in his life because he was experiences several racial statements o him at a Pakistan. He feels he shouldn’t be judged by the roles other Pakistan people have played in the history of America. He strongly believe his American nation is built by control of the government and they play a strong role in the activities that occur in our nation. He believe people aren’t educated on the United States but focus on the activities that has nothing to do with him as a person. The discrimination amongst many Muslims is oppressive; it doesn 't matter if you 're a white, black, a Chechen, a Kashmiri Muslim, a Kosovar or a Somali Muslim. You are located as a terrorist in the United State of

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