Feb 16, 2023
Daveth was born in Cambodia, and moved to the US at the age of 10 where English became his second language. He understood the disconnect between Khmer people living in different countries needed- a need to reconnect to their culture through the Khmer language. Daveth also shares about his experience being Queer and sharing his vision of inclusivity for all.
“I want to create a space where when people show up to my class, they identify as someone who has a seat at the table and they’re not just someone that's on the sidelines." - Daveth
The following golden nuggets is for someone who wants to learn more, but doesn't know where to start:
You have to be patient.
Connect with your culture.
Appreciate your roots.
You need to start to know the results.
There’s no specific way to start, do it at your own pace.
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