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11.27.2017

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Watch: This unsettling color footage shows a 1944 Japanese American incarceration camp: Powerful, newly-discovered color film footage from 1944 shows a day in the life of a World War II camp in Jerome, Arkansas built to imprison Japanese Americans.

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Sikh mayor-elect of Hoboken makes history, but now would rather talk about his city: Ravi Bhalla is the first Sikh man to be elected mayor anywhere in New Jersey -- "a historic and proud" accomplishment for Sikhs everywhere -- but he'll remind you that he was not elected to be "the Sikh mayor of Hoboken."

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Gaslighting: How A Flicker Of Self-Doubt Warps Our Response To Sexual Harassment: From a teenager's encounter to today's revelations about Harvey Weinstein, Charlie Rose and so many more, NPR's Kath Chow wrestles with the ways women are taught to doubt their own experiences.

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The Need for More Asian American Children’s Books: Author and poet Bao Phi has a list of Asian and Asian American historical figures who would be great subjects for children's books.

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Min Jin Lee: Love in the New World: Pachinko author Min Jin Lee on breaking tradition, and trusting in family.

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Why Hari Kondabolu Had to Explain What The Problem With Apu Is to America: Comedian Hari Kondabolu's documentary, The Problem With Apu, explores the effect of the infamous Simpsons character on South Asian American representation in media and American race politics generally.

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Marvel's Runaways' Lyrica Okano Talks Hulu's New Series and Diversity for Superheroes: Lyrica Okano welcomed taking on the role of goth kid Nico on the superhero series Runaways. "She's so complicated and this is how all Asian characters and all actors of any race, color, gender should be portrayed."