“So Who Are You to Tell Me It’s Not My Passion, Homie?” AfroAsian Alignment as Asian American Being

“Pothole” is a play on the pronunciation of “85” in Korean.

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Assistant Professor of African American Studies and English, University of South Carolina https://linktr.ee/SeulgheeLee https://www.instagram.com/seulghee/

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Seulghee Lee

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Assistant Professor of African American Studies and English, University of South Carolina https://linktr.ee/SeulgheeLee https://www.instagram.com/seulghee/

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