Sadija Begic flips a switch as soon as she gets home – she only speaks Bosnian after speaking English all day at school. She is one of many first-generation Bosnian-Americans who struggle to balance two very different cultures.Continue reading First-generation Bosnian-Americans in St. Louis feel ‘in-between’ two identities
Dinka Sclendic decided not to share the trauma she experienced during the Bosnian Civil War with her son, Josip Dragic. In St. Louis, Dragic has made friends with diverse people.Continue reading Bosnian-Croatian Josip Dragic creates Limitless car group in St. Louis
This welcoming Bosnian-owned restaurant will give you a chance to try food from all over the Balkans. The best part is, it’s a seven minute walk from Webster’s campus.Continue reading Balkan Treat Box Brings Culturally Diverse Food to Webster Groves
Bevo Mill offered Bosnian refugees cheap housing, vacant buildings and English classes at the International Institute of St. Louis. Now, however, members of the Bosnian community are moving to St. Louis County.Continue reading Bosnia, Bevo Mill and Mehlville: where do refugees call home now?