But, yes, class is internalized. I still have to work hard with the expectation of getting a livable wage as a writer. Write, submit, publish, get paid. The game has changed. And because of I come from a working class immigrant family, I struggle at times to be innovative in my approach to work. I’ve watched people I know who come from families with doctors and expensive degrees seemingly navigate their careers with ease. They speak up more freely and some are comfortable in white spaces. They can write and “not do it for the money” because they’ve internalized the idea of there is enough or there is an opportunity to make more.
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