I’m a Mexican-American, and grew up speaking Spanish. It wasn’t until I really entered grade school that I began to learn English socially; and thankfully I’m almost accent-less in both languages. However, there are many Latinos–and people of other nationalities, really–who are unable to speak their native tongue.
A few decide to re-learn their mother language and reclaim their heritage on their own terms. These are their stories.
Click to watch at: The Guardian (4m 30s)