“To Whom It May Concern: A Bajan’s Attempt to Code Switch” by Ramona Morris

Home drums beat first: Before taking on someone’s else’s problems, you should first look after your own affairs. * Surrounded by seas of whiteness, I craved my accent. A few years ago, filled with excitement and hesitant optimism, I visited friends in Idaho and Utah for eight weeks. As a member of the Church of […]
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