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Just For Kids: A Comic Exploring The New Coronavirus
A helpful comic by NPR's Malaka Gharib, for kids who might have questions about the coronavirus.

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Once Put In Concentration Camps, Japanese Americans Rally For Detained Immigrants
Homer Yasui, 95, has a message: "Stand up, do something! Be counted. Help us."

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Across Languages And Generations, One Family Is Reviving Cambodian Original Music
"Laura Mam is one of Cambodia's biggest pop stars, but she wasn't born or raised in the country. She's American, and even though both of her parents are originally from Cambodia, she hardly spoke a word of the country's language, Khmer, when she first became famous there."

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Inside Disney's Bold $200M Gamble on 'Mulan': "The Stakes Couldn't Be Higher"
The high-profile remake, with an all-Asian cast, a PG-13 rating and a politically-charged star, was always going to pose major risks. Then the coronavirus upended its entire release plan.

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Cathy Park Hong: "Sometimes you just have to push back – being offended is part of the process"
Poet and essayist Cathy Park Hong, author of the new book Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning, discusses racialized emotions, Richard Pryor and not wanting her parents to read her book.

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Some Very Dirty Produce
MariNaomi illustrates some titillating fruits and vegetable in this week’s New Yorker.

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Queens Rapper Anik Khan Is Changing Representation in Hip-Hop
From immigration to the criminal justice system, this Queens artist is ready to tell his story.

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As 'The Simpsons' Silences Apu, South Asian Creatives Hope for Character's Authentic Revival
Apu's last notable speaking appearance on The Simpsons was in October 2017. Since then, no lines have been given to the Kwik-E-Mart clerk voiced by Hank Azaria for 30 years.

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Why Did Curry House's Closure Break LA's Heart?
For many in Los Angeles, Curry House was a staple comfort food spots. This past week, all the restaurants in the chain closed without notice to its customers -- or some of its staff.

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How Robotech Traumatized a Generation of Kids - and Converted Them to Anime
March 4th marks the 35th anniversary of the classic TV series, Robotech.

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