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4.26.2020

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Me and Bruce Lee would like to have a word with you.
Being against racism means being against racism.

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I'm an Asian American doctor on the front lines of two wars: Coronavirus and racism
"'I'm not racist, I just don't want to get the virus,' one patient told me."

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People Are Writing Notes to Comfort Elderly Asian New Yorkers
Asian seniors in New York City are facing isolation and xenophobia. Heart of Dinner, a new community relief effort, is delivering them hot meals and handwritten notes of love.

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Olympian Mirai Nagasu finds hope in fight to keep parents’ restaurant from closing
Like thousands of other small businesses, Sushi Kiyosuzu in Arcadia, California -- owned by the parents of Olympic figure skater Mirai Nagasu -- has been hit hard by the pandemic and trying to find ways to stay afloat.

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10 Asian American Poems of Protest to Read this April
In celebration of National Poetry Month, Kundiman has curated a list of poems continuing along the theme of March 2020's Poetry Coalition Project, I am deliberate and afraid of nothing: Poetry & Protest, based off the poem "New Year's Day" by Audre Lorde.

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A Muslim Mixtape To Get You Through Ramadan
"Whether you are fasting for Ramadan or showing up for Muslims at airport protests, I've found a few tracks that I would give a thumbs up to for Ramadan listening this season. These tracks are by Muslim-American musicians singing some pretty powerful lyrics, and you don’t have to be Muslim to enjoy them."