Do you Speak English? Racial Discrimination and Being the Other

Grace Ji-Sun Kim reflects on being viewed and treated as the other.

Grace Ji-Sun Kim

fsrThis is my latest post for Feminist Studies in Religion, “Do you Speak English? Racial Discrimination and Being the Other”.  I would love to hear your comments or feedback.

I speak fluent English, conversational Korean and textbook French. I am proud to be trilingual and I always encourage my children to speak Korean with me. They never do. I do my best to speak to them in Korean, unless I am disciplining them. Then, only English comes out of my mouth.

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