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Tamakloe, Selorm

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Selorm Tamakloe is currently a sophomore at the University of Washington, Seattle, pursuing a double degree in Biochemistry and Dance with the aspiration of becoming a pediatrician. Because Selorm was born and raised Ghana, she is still learning about the abundance and variety of culture available here in the United States with the African American community being one of the most fascinating to her.  In her pursuit of this learning and understanding she realizes the old saying that we are similar and yet very different.



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