• Humans of Grandview: Felicia Tay

    "It was  June 21, 2018, when I started [an Instagram dance account] off a whim. I knew there were coverists out there, and it was kinda cool cause I learn so many dances myself--and then it started getting  momentum I’ve used dance as part of exercise and a stress reliever ...
  • Orezi Ogbe

    “Basically every other culture other than America has a huge emphasis on respect. My parents will go ballistic even if I don't like greet someone when they [someone] enters a house. I will have to move and stop what I'm doing to say ‘hi’ to them. I will also have ...
  • Peniel Yaa Owusu-Ansah

    My name is Peniel Yaa Afrakoma Owusu-Ansah, Yaa because I was born on a Thursday--[in Ghana], you get a name based on the day you are born. I’m 16 years old. I have three siblings: an older sister, a younger brother, and a younger sister. I’m bilingual. I speak English ...
  • Rahma Ahmed

    "I'm Somali and I am Muslim. I am also first generation. Growing up Muslim, my parents were really strict and I couldn't do certain things because of my dad or my mom. But, the more we’ve been in society, around American society,  the more open my mom, not really my ...
  • Welcome to The Humans of Grandview

    The Humans of Grandview  Inspired by Humans of New York, A popular photo blog that tells the stories of the inhabits of New York through, in some cases a brief glimpse, or in other's, provoking and thoughtful stories. As the project expanded, Humans of New York has collected portraits and ...