Bring Your Own Doc : “Somewhere Between,” Adopted Chinese Girls Finding Identity in the US w/ Linda Goldstein Knowlton
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May is APIA Heritage Month.
I made this to express the social labels, prejudices, and struggles to be an Asian adoptee, Asian/Filipino-American, and other facets of my identity.
As part of the 2nd largest Asian American group, Filipino American, while growing up I was and am determined to learn more and understand what it means to be both Asian/Filipino American due to my socialization in a densely populated white cultured area. I’ll re-emphasize the culture shock of not meeting other people of my heritage and ethnic background until halfway through high school and even made my own effort of learning more what constitutes my heritage, not my culture.
So for many APIA Adoptees, I highly encourage to express yourself and your stories within histories/herstories that we share.
Feel free to submit them on this site.
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Multiculturalism. Pluralism. Syncretism.
Adoptees and adoptive families, how do you feel about each subject? Send your submissions please!