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12.03.2017

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No, Marvel, Promoting a White Guy Who Faked a Japanese Identity Is Not Normal: Faking an identity at work gets most people fired, not promoted to editor-in-chief -- except at Marvel Comics, where C.B. Cebulski's bizarre past as writer "Akira Yoshida" is being swept under the rug.

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Stanford: Sexual misconduct revelation exposes storied professor's secret: For Professor Jay Fliegelman, the transgression was but a blip in a storied career at Stanford University. For Seo-Young "Jennie" Chu, it represented years of trauma. After years of staying silent, she went public.

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How Thinking Like An Entrepreneur Helped One Artist Build A Thriving Career: New York-based spoken word performer, musician, activist and artist Kelly Zen-Yie Tsai discusses how she built her career -- by thinking like an entrepreneur.

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Postmortem: Every Frame a Painting: Tony Zhou, the creator/editor/narrator behind the popular YouTube channel Every Frame a Painting, explains why the project is calling it quits.

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Director Leena Pendharkar Gives Birth to 20 Weeks: Leena Pendharkar's 20 Weeks is a film about a couple who discover that their unborn child may have serious developmental problems. Pendharkar discusses the making of her second film and her team's approach to casting and diversity.

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Ashok and Aparna Spice Up the Neighborhood: Comedian Aparna Nancherla talks standup, battling anxiety, and pushing the envelope as a woman of color in comedy

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Snowboard sensation Kim seeking a home away from home in PyeongChang: U.S. snowboarder Chloe Kim enjoyed an outstanding Winter Youth Olympics Games in 2016, winning gold in two categories. This teen will be among the favorites when she makes her full Olympic debut at Pyeongchang in 2018.

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‘Crazy Rich Asians' Star: Hollywood Caves To Diversity When It's Scared: Nora Lum, AKA Awkwafina, chats about the significance of the casting of Crazy Rich Asians and the true story behind that one line in her song “NYC Bitche$" about bringing live chickens onto the subway.

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Meet The Pride of 'Runaways': Brittany Ishibashi and James Yaegashi: Brittany Ishibashi and James Yaegashi discuss playing the Minorus in Hulu's Runaways.