Traveling with Twain

In Search of America's Identity

Women of Yale Drama talk race, loss, money and being caught in the middle

You’ve probably noticed that this video is six minutes long. So far, I’ve been making an effort to keep the videos I upload brief, sometimes (read: most times) under a minute. That’s, of course, a response to the ever-diminishing attention spans of the American public. But I had a lot of trouble keeping this one short. The stories of Delilah Dominguez, Carmen Zilles and Prema Cruz are incredibly moving and worth every second. Find out for yourself as these three women from the Yale School of Drama reflect on what makes them feel different.

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