▲ Jeong Ji Hyun (email@example.com) Editor-in-Chief, The Granite Tower (GT)
Conversing with different people who have different values, thoughts and personalities is always fascinating. As there are “many minds as there are heads,” understanding their minds and thoughts require understanding them as persons. Even then, we may not truly know what it is like to be in someone else’s shoes.
In any sort of society, there are people who we categorize as “minorities.” These “minorities” are who we have the most trouble in understanding because it is hard to imagine the peculiar situations that they are in. This month’s issue is about these minorities. The people whom the majority often neglect due to the reasons that they have less relatable beliefs, experiences or physical states. Throughout our articles, we have dealt with stories regarding gender and sexuality minorities, ethnic minorities, and people with disabilities. We hope for you to be informed and entertained by what we have laid out.