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Growing up in a multicultural home with a Greek immigrant father and a mom from Virginia was interesting, but nothing could have prepared Kimberly Gasuras for a night of horror as she waited to hear back from her parents and her son who were hiding from an active shooter in Las Vegas. To keep her mind occupied, Kimberly began reading a book written by her Aunt Helen from discussions she had in the past with Kimberly's Grandma Greek. That book inspired Kimberly to delve further into her family history and to learn more about the hardships, triumphs, and tragedies that immigrants faced in the 1950s and those who are still facing those same struggles today. By reading Kimberly's story about her family, you may very well be able to learn more about your own since the United States is a nation of immigrants.
|Turn the Page Publishing House, LLC
|5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.36(d)
About the Author
Kimberly Gasuras has penned thousands of articles in her 21-year career as a journalist and freelance writer. Her articles have appeared online and in print editions of a variety of publications, including USA Today. She is the daughter of a Greek Immigrant and a Southern Belle, a domestic violence survivor, a mom of two adult children and Nana to five grandchildren. She resides in a small town in Ohio with two little dogs and a bearded dragon.