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A Song For My Mother
During the 1970s, only half of the (Korean) children placed for adoption were orphans
Documentary of Democracy Prep Charter School
Democracy Prep is a charter school based in Harlem which is attended mostly by African American and Hispanic students.
Summer Camping While Black
Any parent of a child in New York City knows, all too well, that it is ridiculously expensive to raise a child here.
This is My Fight, Too
About seven years ago my son told me that he was gay.
Like most mixed-race Americans in their 30s, my youth included thousands of “What are you?” questions.
Meat Means Love: A Father’s Day Tribute
I was eleven when my father, a Korean immigrant in the U.S. army, tried to drag me to a psychiatrist.
The Great Korean American Divide
The Great Korean American Divide: Understanding Generational Differences
Never Want to Forget
I never want to forget the look on my mom’s face when the cashier rang up the sneakers and we realized that they were not on sale.