She interviews for the same job – the nicely dressed Black woman. You hire me instead. You feel good. Equal Opportunity. You sleep in your bed... Read more →
Raised as a Third Culture Kid on three different continents, Nancy Blackman came to the US when she was 14. She failed at college the first time but made a career as a graphic designer for over 20 years. She now holds an MASF in Spiritual Formation from Portland Seminary. She is a contributing author to the anthology, Mixed Korean: Our Stories. She has recently been helping out on a new book project, Together at Last: Stories of Adoption and Reunion in the Age of DNA, in the role of Writer, Editor and Book Designer. It is due out in September 2020. The rest of the time she hangs out in downtown LA, where she currently lives.
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