Let’s Talk Immigration: Kentonine Clervil

On this episode of Let’s Talk Immigration, field mobilizer Joel Tooley speaks with Kentonine Clervil, a San Antonio-based kindergarten ESL teacher and Haitian immigrant. Together, they discuss what it was like for Kentonine to come to the US as a child—from first words to building community to trying to find the best Haitian food in central Texas.

You can watch the full episode here.

Let's Talk Immigration: Kentonine Clervil

The first English words Kentonine's dad taught her? "Sit down."More on our latest #LetsTalkImmigration https://bit.ly/3jYo9UZ

Posted by National Immigration Forum on Tuesday, September 8, 2020

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