To truly say you know someone is to say you’ve spent minutes,hours, days, weeks, and even years with someone. Given the time we had to interview people was only minutes, but you can learn a lot from these few moments. You get a sense of their true home. You get a sense of what they are proud of. Coming from a small town moving to a city you’re scared of the idea of sirens and homeless people. I can only imagine what these people thought when they saw or looked up Richmond, but much like the phrase I life by “When you assume you are almost always wrong”, I was wrong about the people coming from different countries. I assumed they wouldn’t want to talk to a student much less want to be interviewed. Bringing a holistic approach you learn and appreciate people for who they truly are and how they came to be. Much like the city you can’t judge a book by its cover.