9.29.2019

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A Photographer Looks for Herself
Photographer Rozette Rago revisits movies that made an impact on her while growing up, and re-imagines her place among them, re-casting iconic frames with faces that look more like herself.

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Why It Matters That 'Emily Doe' in the Brock Turner Case Is Asian American
In her memoir, Chanel Miller offers a new understanding of her treatment by the legal system.

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Stories About My Brother
"The truth is, though I knew Yush better than perhaps anyone, I barely understood the man he had become. In recent years, we had become estranged due to our oppositional values: I became a vocal, ardent feminist. He saw feminists as extremists who were deeply hateful towards men."

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Column: Chinatown without Chinese grocery stores, and the delicate balance of ethnic communities
Ai Hoa Market in Chinatown is one of the few remaining grocery stories in the L.A.'s Chinatown. It will be closing and relocating to South El Monte by the end of the year.

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A Filmmaker Explored Japan's Wartime Enslavement of Women. Now He's Being Sued.
When Miki Dezaki decided to make a documentary for his graduate thesis, he examined a question that reverberates through Japanese politics: Why, 75 years later, does a small but vocal group of politically influential conservatives still fervently dispute internationally accepted accounts of Japan's wartime atrocities?

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'I Spent 30 Years Helping Men Tell Their Stories. Now It's Time to Tell Mine'
After a 30 year career helping some of the biggest men in the music industry shine, Sophia Chang is ready to set the spotlight on herself in her memoir, The Baddest Bitch In The Room.