What It’s Like When Parents and Kids Don’t “Match”

As a biracial person with multiracial children, I talk about my experiences with families don’t “match.”

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What It’s Like to Grow Up Bilingual in The Deep South

When I was a baby, my first words were hi, mama, daddy, and um-ma (Korean for mom). Ever since then, I grew up hearing and speaking both Korean and English at home. I spoke Korean with my mom and English with my dad. But I was painfully aware of the fact that this was not […]

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