Editor s : Miranda LashTrevor Schoonmaker. Curators and exhibition organizers Lash and Schoonmaker have assembled a marvelous group of artists, writers, curators, pundits, and musicians to address the question of Southern identity and the Southern experience, creating a grand pastiche of visual art, writing, and music. Covering touchstones such as Andy Warhol's appropriations of civil rights documentation and the classic lightning rod of polemic imagery, the Confederate battle flag, there is plenty of grist for controversy and a deep emotional well to plumb.
I want to get really personal, I want this to bring healing for me as well as my readers, but I want this to be fun! Before I can tell you anymore about my life, you should probably get to meet me first. I am your typical white girl with my iPhone and love for Starbucks coffee.
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While top rated attractions and beautiful destinations that look great on your Instagram are valid reasons to visit somewhere, what about the people in the countries themselves? More specifically, what about all those sexy accents you can listen to while you travel? From lilting Welsh to the language of love, the results are in….
Notoriously racist characters Long Duck Dong left and I. Yunioshi right Photos via. Sometimes I forget that I am Korean.
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Southern American English or Southern U. English is a regional dialect   or collection of dialects of American English spoken throughout the Southern United Statesthough increasingly in more rural areas and primarily by White Southerners. A regional Southern American English consolidated and expanded throughout all the traditional Southern States since the last quarter of the nineteenth century until around World War II  largely superseding the older Southern American English dialects.
I speak with a pronounced Southern accent. On a recent trip to Southeast Asia, my drawl seemed to compound the language gap, forcing me to struggle harder than usual to get my point across. I take full responsibility for the communication deficit.
Call centres in the Southeast Asian nation are training twenty-somethings to master a diverse — and often difficult — range of English accents, so that customers may never know they are talking to someone up to 12 time zones away. To learn how to understand the vast array of voices they will encounter these call centre agents have to attend specialised courses, where they hear recordings of all the possible voices and accents of customers. A former member of the US commonwealth, the Philippines boasts higher English proficiency levels than most of its Asian neighbours.