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Without Borders

Saying, “I Love You” During Quarantine & Meaning It

Words of endearment are helping us build a bridge to the people we love

Photo by Felipe Galvan on Unsplash

As a writer, I have always believed that words are the tools that help us shape and make meaning of the world around us. I studied writing in undergrad and now work in marketing because I believe in the power of language to create social change. In today’s…

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Poetry, stories, and experiences of immigrants, travelers, and people who push, defy, live above and beyond borders in and out of their personal lives

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William Samayoa

William Samayoa

Work in Film & TV doing PR/social media. I’ve called CA, NY, and the UK all home. Welcome to my behind-the-scenes thoughts. https://linktr.ee/willsamayoa

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