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Basically Nobody Knows Who Counts As An Asian Person: According to new research from the National Asian American Survey, many people don’t know who exactly can be technically considered Asian… including some Asians themselves.

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The Slavemaster’s Son: How do you tell a story of modern-day slavery? Illustrator Sukjong Hong breaks down some of the controversy of Alex Tizon’s Atlantic piece about his family’s slave, Eudocia Tomas Pulido.

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3 Filipina-American Journalists Discuss ‘My Family’s Slave’ And Who Gets To Judge It: HuffPo journalists Carla Herreria, Danielle Datu, and Dzana Ashworth discuss Tizon’s piece. In this group chat, they grapple with race, class, and who gets to tell what stories.

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Indian Americans Reckon With Reality Of Hate Crimes: Srinivas Kuchibhotla was a 32-year-old Indian engineer was tragically killed in a hate crime. How has Kuchibhotla’s death generated an unusual degree of alarm in the Indian community, including segments that have not otherwise been politicized?

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The Case for Renaming Boalt Hall: UC Berkeley’s School of Law’s Boalt Hall is named for John Henry Boalt, who helped get the Chinese Exclusion Act passed.

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On Star Trek: Discovery and Michelle Yeoh’s accent: “This article is about one specific moment in the trailer: when Michelle Yeoh’s character, Captain Philippa Georgiou, speaks for the first time.”

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For the poet Bao Phi, a violent past is never far away: Bao Phi’s new book of poetry, Thousand Star Hotel deals with the legacy of that trauma, and what it was like to be a working class kid of color growing up in the Philips neighborhood of Minneapolis.

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Comic Hasan Minhaj On Roasting Trump And Growing Up A ‘Third Culture Kid’: In his one-man standup show Homecoming King, Hasan Minhaj talks about growing up caught between cultures.

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Bambu: ‘My Music Is Here To Push People To Organize’: Jonah Deocampo, aka Bambu DePistola, talks to NPR about his youth in Los Angeles, why hip-hop appealed to him as the child of immigrants and how he’s responded to critics who say his music is too negative.

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Life Hacks: An Interview with Yumi Sakugawa: Yumi Sakugawa’s latest book, The Little Book of Life Hacks: How to Make Your Life Happier, Healthier, and More Beautiful, is a gorgeously illustrated manual of tips and tricks and DIY projects, designed to make your life, well, happier, healthier, and more beautiful.

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How Milck’s Women’s March Anthem “Quiet” Went Viral and Changed Her Life: Singer-songwriter Connie K. Lim, who performs under the name MILCK, released her empowerment anthem “Quiet” three days before the Women’s March on January 21st. She had no idea that it would go so viral.

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Nonprofit Web Series: Itching for more women of color narratives in media? Luann Algoso needs funds to produce episodes of the web series Nonprofit, which follows Gabby, a Filipina organizer as she navigates relationships, family, and the realities of activism.

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Everything You Need to Know Before Reading Rich People Problems: The final chapter of Kevin Kwan’s trilogy comes out May 23. Here, a cheat sheet to help you sort out some of the major players and storylines from the first two books before you settle down with the third book, Rich People Problems.

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The “Asian Whole Foods” Is Expanding Across The San Gabriel Valley: LOHAS Fresh Mart is a boutique Asian grocery store chain with four locations in the San Gabriel Valley. They call it the “Asian Whole Foods.”


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