Next time you interact with someone who obviously doesn’t speak English as their first language, offer a little grace. Encourage friends and family to consider what they have to give to the community at large. That woman who is standing in line in front of you might be missing her parents who are living back in a country she fled from. That man who is standing in the hot sun picking berries might be trying to support a wife and children. That little boy who is screeching, running down the hall in the mall, might just be learning English as his third or fourth language. Give some grace and recognize that you might just be the only person that gives them the space to be who they are and accepts their culture for what it is.