The Lie Beneath the Story of My Family’s Asian American Dream
The story affirms our goodness by assuring us we did it on our own. The story tells us to not make waves.
Michael Sakasegawa is a writer, photographer, host of the podcast Keep the Channel Open, and (to pay the bills) electrical engineer. He is always tired. He lives in San Diego with his wife and three kids. You can find him on Twitter at @sakeriver and @ChannelOpenPod.
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