Sayaka Matsuoka is a journalist who grew up at the intersection of her Japanese heritage and the suburban South. Using her cultural background and her education in art history, she focuses on issues surrounding identity, immigrant food culture, activist art, and cultural exchange, to name a few. When she’s not looking for food to eat, she’s petting dogs. Visit her website sayakamatsuoka.com
Explaining racism is hard. Especially when you’re explaining it to white people who have no strong cultural ties of their own and think they can borrow yours.