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Everybody Laugh: Guerilla Father and Inflection Points

everybody laugh: Her memoir Always Another Country is her story of growing up in a family who moved to Zambia, Kenya and Canada, among other places, according to Toronto Star. Here, an excerpt from the time she spent in Canada The immigrant child knows that the key to survival is in the inflection points. She was born in exile in Zambia to a guerilla father and working mother. It is in the way the head is cocked or the ease with which the foot pushes off the pavement before the first pedal on your bike. You have to know how the inside works before you can stand outside and make everybody laugh. The key to survival is in blending in first, in learning how to be just like everyone else as a first step to freedom. ( As reported in the news.