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Students of Color in South Korea

Posted on October 14, 2020


As a student of color, depending on your program, you will more than likely be one of the few minority members within your program and thus will work and live with individuals who have little understanding of the experiences and cultures of students of color. These individuals may not be able to provide you with adequate support. It is best to prepare for the essentials that you may need and/or want in relation to your cultural identity and expression.

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