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Kal Penn shares racist audition scripts from his early career: Kal Penn shared a bunch of old scripts from some of his first years as a struggling Indian Amerian actor trying to break into Hollywood — characters like “Ghandi Lookalike,” “Snake Charmers” and “Fire Eaters.”

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Travel ban fight personal for attorney general Chin: Hawaii attorney general Douglas Chin put his state in the spotlight when it became the first state to challenge the Trump administration’s revised travel ban and convince a federal judge to temporarily block it before it took effect.

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Being Indian in Trump’s America: Amitava Kumar outlines the trajectory of racism, nationalistic rhetoric and scapegoating that led to Trump’s America and the recent spike in hate crimes.

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Welcome To The Anti-Racism Movement – Here’s What You’ve Missed: Now that you’ve only just begun to recognize systemic racism, are you ready to sacrifice your privilege? Here’s a handy list to help you in your process.

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Why Are Asian Americans Missing From Our Textbooks? Ethnic studies classes are slowly gaining traction in elementary and secondary education, but Asian Americans still remain largely erased from the history they played a large role in.

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Behind Little Saigon’s riches, the poor pack into small rooms to survive: Orange County’s Little Saigon has made rapid gains in recent years. But that doesn’t mean some members of the community aren’t struggling to stay afloat.

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The Faces and Streets of New York’s Chinatown in the 1980s: Bud Glick is sharing his decades-old photographs of New York’s Chinatown online in an attempt to reconnect with their subjects.

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The Battle of ‘Miss Saigon’: Yellowface, Art and Opportunity: The musical — a love story set during the Vietnam War — ignited a fierce debate over the casting of a white actor in a Eurasian role. Now, it’s back on Broadway.

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A look back at Jeremy Lin’s back-to-back ‘Sports Illustrated’ covers: Remember when Sports Illustrated featured Jeremy Lin on two consecutive covers? A look back at what “Linsanity” meant for Asian Americans.


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