Humiliation. That was all she felt when she realised what she had to explain to her father back home. She had come all the way to America just to be humiliated in the end. She gripped the phone in her hand harder, as she let frustration get the better of her, suddenly the sound of glass shattering engulfed the air. She had thrown the phone at the mirror that was in her room. The reflection of a defeated African girl from Jamaica, only 21 years old, looked back at her from the broken pieces laying on the ground.
“How did I reach here? Why me?” she cried out, defeated.