As Motoko raises her Japanese son in the U.S., she is reminded of prejudice against Koreans in her own country, and discovers the importance of the language we use to create the world we live in.
- How do prejudice and stereotypes affect your everyday life?
- Name instances when each of us can be both a victim and a victimizer.
- In what ways does language shape the way we think of others?
- Tales of Now & Zen by Motoko. (Audio CD, www.folktales.net; 2006)
- Diaspora without Homeland: Being Korean in Japan edited by Sonia Ryang (University of California Press; 2009)
- Asian American/Asians
- Education and Life Lessons
- Family and Childhood
- Stereotypes and Discrimination
- Taking A Stand and Peacemaking