8.28.2016

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Ghosts of White People Past: Witnessing White Flight From an Asian Ethnoburb: If diversity is so important to liberal whites, why do they keep fleeing ethnically diverse suburbia?

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A fatal crash and the thoughts a father lives with: Calvin Li was killed in a car crash last year shortly after graduating from high school. In March, his father committed to donating $1.2 million to endow a fellowship at the University of Maryland that will focus on issues facing children of Asian American immigrants.

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Why Asian-Pacific Islanders Care About Incarceration: For one, the U.S. Department of Justice statistics don't register enough Asian Pacific Islander prisoners to be included in reports. They are lumped in a category simply called "other."

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23andMe has a problem when it comes to ancestry reports for people of color: Lazy ethnographic data leaves many people of color wanting more from this genetic testing site.

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Too much boba is bad for you. A proposed change to California's data law could show who's most at risk. Why disaggregating data is important for the health of Asian American communities.

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When an Adoptee Adopts: Joy Osmanski on open adoption and her experience as an adoptee herself.

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Glare of Disdain In this autobiographical comic, Gene Luen Yang remembers the inexplicably uneasy race relations with his Indian American classmate -- and how the power of story helped bridge that gap.

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The Story Behind The Get Down's Kung Fu Connection: The legacy of Bruce Lee and classic kung fu cinema are all over The Get Down, the new Netflix series set in the earliest days of hip hop.