This paper chronicles my reflections as a child of immigrants of color and activist scholar when working with and for (immigrant) communities of color. I examine the importance of humility and to engage in critical self-reflexivity in research. Later I illustrate how I incorporated my own community cultural wealth through my mother’s assistance and support in building rapport with immigrant parents in the research.
Keywords: critical self-reflexivity, activist scholar, collaborative and community-based research.
How to Cite:
Wong, N., (2017) ““Lovely to me”: An immigrant's daughter's critical self-reflexivity research journey”, Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis 6(2).