In America, we used to define identity by the simple terms of gender and race. In much of the world, passports were the default metric. But in age where education and jobs are being globalized and companies, marriages and families increasingly cross multiple borders, this is all changing. How does an African/Native American raised in Maryland, educated in England but living in Dubai define his or herself? How do we anchor identities to the parts closest to our souls/ hearts when roots are no longer geographically static?