The goal of the docu-series is to explore the heritages of multicultural Americans.
As of 2013, 40 million Americans were first generation, and most of our families can tell you exactly who immigrated here and from where.
However, there is still a stigma and lack of acceptance that many Americans face, especially if they have accents or are not white. Many of them are faced with the question of "Where are you from?" and when they answer Charleston, SC or Boise, ID they are then asked "I mean, where are you from originally?".
I find, however, that many Americans are proud to have upheld cultural traditions from their country of origin. I have also found that some people don't really care to maintain traditions from a culture in which they no longer live. Sometimes being from two different heritages is an identity struggle that is only made worse by the invisible biases that other American people, those who don't have family or have themselves recently immigrated to the United States, maintain about dual citizens or multi-cultural Americans.