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Is It Racist To Call Someone ‘Racist’? On “political correctness,” colorlind racism, and white nationalism.

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Trump’s America: A Hostile Place For Huddled Masses: “Donald Trump has given people permission to be racist.” With Trump’s election last week, that permission becomes encouragement. If you spew vitriol against minorities, you can rise to the highest office in the land. How could that be anything but a green light for hatred?

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We Must Prevent Trump’s “Muslim Registry” Before It Starts: “As we move forward in trying to retain a sense of normalcy during the reeling aftermath of this election, we must ultimately remember that this is not normal. We cannot let this be our normal. But we also must remember, that for the most part, we’ve been here before.”

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Sikh Leader Writes A Letter To President-elect Trump: In the wake of numerous reports of hate crimes since the election results, Sabreeth Singh writes a letter to President-elect Trump and the important role that interfaith communities can play in healing the political and racial divide in the country.

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Here’s What I’m Telling My Brown Son About Trump’s America: “But listen, love, because I need to remind you of something and I need you to remember it extra well over the next four years: This is our street. It is our street. So when you feel that rumbling pushing up through your palms, I want you to press them flat against it, and do not be afraid to hear everything.

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I Was Imprisoned in a U.S. Internment Camp. Bigotry Put Me There. Norman Y. Mineta, who served on George W. Bush’s Cabinet, worries about the future as he remembers the time he and his family were incarcerated at a concentration camp in Heart Mountain, Wyoming, during World War II.

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On The Internment of My Grandfather: Katharine Trendacosta’s grandfather recalls being interned during World War II, what it meant for him then, and what it means now.

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Resisting Trump from Inside the Government: As California’s state controller, John Chiang took on Governor Schwarzenegger by refusing to reduce the pay of state workers.

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Making and Unmaking the Asian American Movement: For one movement born of migration, war, and cultural upheaval, history does move in cycles, and there’s always fresh disruption rising on the horizon.

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My Dad Was Bruce Lee — Here’s How He Still Inspires Me And Others To Innovate: Bruce Lee’s daughter reflects on the philosophies and inspiration her late father cultivated throughout his acclaimed career.

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The Unexpected Love Interest In “The Edge Of Seventeen”: The Edge of Seventeen actor Hayden Szeto told BuzzFeed News about the significance of playing an Asian American man who gets the girl — and how he challenged stereotypes with his approach to the role. MILD SPOILERS!

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Oxtail Soup, Immigrant Narratives, and Why I Love Kim’s Convenience: Kim’s Convenience is a Canadian sitcom about an immigrant Korean Canadian family running a convenience store in downtown Toronto.

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Hari Kondabolu Is the Perfect Comedian for Trump’s America: Through stand-up, comedian Hari Kondabolu tackles race, gender, privilege, and culture — and is the voice we need in these troubled times.

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How Far East Movement took success into their own hands: Kev Nish, Prohgress, and DJ Virman — aka Far East Movement — made their band’s latest album, Identity, the way they wanted.


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