32 minutes | Sep 11, 2022

Black, Korean, stateless: a Slickyboy’s American dream, part 2

Growing up as the son of a sex worker and a Black US soldier in South Korea in the 70s, Milton Washington was seen as an outcast, and "not Korean." He couldn't even get a birth certificate. Still, he was loved and protected by his mum, the two of them against the world. She told him his dad was in America, a land of flying cars and ice cream mountains — and that was where Milton wanted to be, too. Milton's story continues. Presenter: Jo Fidgen Producer: Laura Thomas
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