Activist parents, teachers, legal and human services professionals, plus others may find engagement in American-born Foreigner, an autoethnography. It is part memoir and part social commentary from the perspective of a multicultural Baby Boomer. Sherryl asks, "What effect did our predecessors expect integration to have on the day-to-day life of individuals?" Through the voice of a progressive black woman, Sherryl endeavors to create conversation about identity politics and the role it plays in relationships at many levels. Her storytelling toward self-reflection for activist-minded people is to offer ideas for deeper academic research, policy changes and other possible solutions to a variety of cultural binds she has observed throughout her multifaceted life. See www.westcloudconsultingllc.com to arrange speaking engagements and workshop facilitation on topics related to identity politics, the psychological stresses of microaggressions and other inclusion-related issues.