Aging in place refers to living in one’s home safely and independently for as long as you desire and are able to.
For choa’s third volume, we continue to share the experiences of Korean diasporic women on Turtle Island (North America) and the ways they strive to build the lives they desire.
This volume is made with gratitude for the traditional keepers of this land who have shared the resources and knowledge that have allowed us to thrive for generations.
We offer this volume with the understanding that many Indigenous communities are not able to live in their homes as they wish, as many are violently displaced from their homes and communities and off their land, which not only affects their own lives but also of generations in the future.
We honour this land we call home in remembrance of over 10,000 children whose lives were taken when forced to attend residential schools and in the confirmation of their unmarked graves.