There is an ongoing debate about whether African-Americans can/should speak standard English. Personally, I say that yes we should know how to speak standard English but when we are speaking amongst ourselves, I have no problem with African-Americans using Ebonics to communicate. I view it no differently than when I am at the mall and the Korean shop keeper converses with me in English, and turns to her brother and speaks to him in Korean.
Speaking of Korean, until I started digging for blogs of blacks living abroad, I had no idea that so many African-Americans/blacks taught in Asia. I recently found the blog of a sister living in Indonesia, I will add it later. I can only imagine the number of blacks in S. Korea who are teaching there, but don't blog. Below are two videos of sisters living in South Korea.
This is Leslie Benfied, an African-American who works for the Korean government as a translator. Benfield speaks Korean is flawlessly(tone and pronunciation).
The second younglady is from Cameroon don't have anymore info. S. Korean bloggers if you have any info on the two could you please pass it along.
hairsmy story I am aware of the fact that all of my hair links have been for those who have natural hair but this site is those who desire healthy relaxed hair.
A very cute black chic who loves everything about fashion and beauty. I'm struggling through the ups and downs of being in my twenties. I am a recent graduate so I am doing everything on a really tight budget.That means no more Gucci or Louie Vuitton bags for now. I'll take a cat anyday over a dog.Travelling is my greatest love. I frequently discuss sex and how much I love a man with a average sized one. Mainly, this blog serves as a tool for me to get some things off my chest.