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Truthfully, Grandpa saw things neither I nor my brother could see.
Rainbirds by Clarissa Goenawan
Don't Believe Everything You Read
Review of The Way to Bea by Kat Yeh
An Interview with Kirstin Chen 

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News & Politics

How to really root for each other? Reunite families and demilitarize borders.
After years of silence, an ongoing oral history project preserves the stories of Cambodian American women who survived the 1970s genocide.
For the 120,000 Asian Americans eligible for the program, model minority pressures run high.
As tensions with North Korea continue to rise, Korean American voices are often left out of the conversation. Hyphen presents twelve responses to the ongoing crisis.
19 organizations unite to combat hate incidents — but they vary on their stance on what role police should play
How the BBC #Notthenanny interview can help us confront and address implicit bias

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