“Yes, my mother is Japanese. But…”: Notes on a hyphenated and colon-ized identity
Sara Momii Roberts

Thank you. Identity is such a powerful thing. It shapes us in obvious and not so obvious ways. I don’t even know what I am, I was born and raised in Ghana, emigrated to the US 10 years ago. Don’t call me African-American, I’m not. I have all the right parts but under the hood purrs a different kind of beast. I avoid mirrors. lol!

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