Empowering women immigrants

When I first came to the United States, I was timid. I was afraid to speak up, shy to show my accent, and tried to assimilate with people around as fast as possible. I guess it was the post-Soviet kid syndrome when after years of isolation, the world just seemed to be too big to digest. Interestingly enough, I was not a newcomer. I traveled a lot while working as a journalist, my English was good, but I still was having a hard time not to lose my identity. For me, the transit