In the Fall of 2014, a group of Mixed-Korean Amerasians, mostly adoptees from Mixed-race orphanages in Korea, went on a small tour organized by the tour group Me & Korea, back to Korea, to the orphanages, and to meet Insooni 김인순 — Black-Korean pop-star/diva, who was partially responsible for this event.
Between 1962-1975, an estimated 40,000 babies were born in Southeast Asia, who were fathered by U.S. servicemen.
Please visit her great site. She is Black-Okinawan, and one of the great up and coming scholars of Okinawan and Black-Okinawan identity, racism, gender and sexism, militarism, and the Black Pacific.
from Global Tides: Pepperdine Journal of International Studies