The House Negro and The Field Negro


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  1. this is very powerful,even today. I feel your connection to his questions as an adoptee. I have recently found all of my birth family and visited korea for the first time to meet them. I feel such a connection to the spirit of your work and give thanks to you for sharing in all honesty your experiences as an adoptee. I feel a strong pull to get the f4 and live in korea, maybe I will have the honor to meet you one day. a fellow adoptee trying to make sense of it all, moon

  2. C’mon over Moon, the water’s warm! There are so many helpful adoptees here who are happy to help others as we navigate our newly-discovered families as well as Korea. Congratulations on finding your family — I’m sure they’d love it if you’d visit for an extended period of time so they can spoil you rotten. If you get an English teaching job, you can even spoil them rotten as the income is incredibly high compared to most Koreans. Thanks for sharing in the connections with me. ๐Ÿ™‚

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