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A vast majority of American-born children of immigrants struggle with the reality of feeling ni de aquí, ni de allá (neither from here or there).

This dual-state of identity manifests in different ways and subconsciously shapes how we choose to engage at school, work, civically and everywhere in between.

In the film being eñyeDenise Soler Cox uses her personal narrative to articulate this cultural journey and inspire people to engage in authentic conversations about the cultural nuances, identity code-switching and the myriad emotions that uniquely define and unite this generation.

While the film, being eñye, uses a Latino lens to make sense of this human experience, the conversations Soler Cox facilitates around ethnicity, identity, self-acceptance and belonging are truly universal and cross gender lines, race, religion, sexuality and socioeconomic status to make this a highly engaging and inclusive conversation for all.

GLOBAL MINDSET

Global student development is one of the most powerful components of a 21st-century education. It empowers youth to increase their understanding of the interdependence of local, national, and international issues and gives them tools to interact with people of different cultures in a positive way.

Research conducted by Cornell University found that…

“…understanding one’s own cultural values as individuals can be of huge value and service to any institution.”

THE EÑYE DIFFERENCE

Over the last two years, we have traversed the U.S. screening our award-winning film at various schools, community organizations, universities and Fortune 500 companies. Our work supports cultural competency and helps cultivate social and emotional integration for both students and teachers. Our experience includes a screening of our short-subject documentary, being eñye, and a powerful post-screening discussion with Soler Cox.

Youth and adults alike walk away feeling a deeper connection to their family and cultural history. But just as importantly their eyes and hearts are opened in a profound way to understanding the experiences of others.

Some of the attendee benefits from our presentation include:

>>> Leadership Building

>>> Anti-Bullying Resilience

>>> Multicultural Empathy

>>> Culture and Identity Self-Awareness

>>> Cultural Empowerment

Interested in bringing our film to your campus? 

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Interested in supporting the tour and getting a complimentary screening at your corporation?  

Email or call Guadalupe Olvera Hirt, Director of Strategic Partnerships to set up an information call today! speaking@projectenye.com or 303-859-1762

 
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Denise’s story helps us, as humans, understand our place in the world. She is an EXPERT FACILITATOR who navigates complex cultural discussions with GRACE and HUMOR.

Alyssa Rutt | Program Coordinator | Iowa State University