Young Mi Chi


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Young Mi Chi immigrated with her family from Korea to the U.S. in 1976. She grew up in Koreatown, Los Angeles, where she was very involved with her faith community. Inspired by her strong Christian values, her passion is to help others. She is currently a transporter and a sewist in the Auntie Sewing Squad.

Thematic Summary

Young Mi Chi talks about her faith community and growing up in Koreatown. [00:01:23] Along with her response about her community and her involvement within, Young brings up the Auntie Sewing Squad. [00:08:22] As a sewist and being transported she explained her roles. [00:10:54] Bringing the topic of what is going on right now, Young began to talk about her life and how has it changed as a result of the pandemic. She shares her opinion about the government's role during the pandemic and Christian following of the Trump regime. [00:18:05] In the final section, Young ends this interview by explaining how women's work is not valued enough and what we need to do more in order to find our worth. [00:38:13]

Interview Date



Eimy Martinez; Marlet Ceballos

Interview with Young Mi Chi



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