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3.17.2019

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Sandra Oh Says Jobs Are Like Dating — and She's Learned to Move On
At 47, and reaching new heights in her career, Sandra Oh gives far less fucks.\

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The Unlearned Lesson of My Lai
A half-century after a brutal massacre in Vietnam, the U.S. still struggles to hold itself accountable for atrocities.

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Andrew Yang is running for president. Haven’t heard of him? You will soon.
Last week, Andrew Yang, an entrepreneur and veteran of the tech industry, became the latest -- and, perhaps, least likely -- Democratic presidential candidate to meet the requirements necessary to appear in the party's first debate in June.

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Centering The Asian American Community
"When I think about Asian Americans, I think of a community that wants to get organized and uplift the power of their people. But there are not enough tools in our cultural toolbox to engage in this type of (political) discourse."

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Son’s tweet of ‘sad’ dad at new but empty doughnut shop sends community flocking for tasty treats
All it took was a single tweet of a “sad” father stationed behind the counter of a newly opened but desolate mom-and-pop doughnut shop to bring the community out and get sales rolling.

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NBC Hiring Lilly Singh As a Late Night Host Is a Very Big Deal
The YouTube star will become the only queer woman of color hosting a late night show on a major network.

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Does “Captain Marvel” Do Right By the Talented Gemma Chan?
"Minn-Erva follows a long line of marginal and minor Asian female characters in Marvel films."