What “Qipaogate” Tells Us About United States Culture, Race, and Style

  • I’d be even more of a racial target in my “White Power Wednesday”-based school
  • “Ching, chang, chong” echoed throughout the recesses of my very raw memories
  • Stares, stares, stares
  • I’d be asked, “Is this Halloween?”
  • Minimization
  • Indifference
  • Veiled Racism
  • Discrimination

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Sunny J Reed

Sunny J Reed

Transracial adoption writer/researcher, budding PhD student, mom, excellent home chef. I enjoy fitness.

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