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'Asian Bachelorette' Is Back, And We're Convinced This Needs To Be A Real Show
It wouldn't be "Asian Bachelorette" without a karaoke one-on-one.
Why Ronny Chieng Of 'The Daily Show' Is The Hero Asian America Needs
Perhaps unintentionally, the funny guy has emerged a champion for the Asian immigrant community.
How 'Crazy Rich Asians' Captures The Uniquely Asian Experience
“Crazy Rich Asians” has everything you love about romantic comedies... and so much more.
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21 Tweets That Sum Up Why 'Crazy Rich Asians' Matters So Much To So Many
What a time to be alive as an Asian-American.
Henry Golding Of ‘Crazy Rich Asians': From Hairstylist To Cutting It As A Breakout Star
“People look to cinema to spread the word and to tell these wonderful, outrageous stories or true-to-life documentaries. It’s such an important format for us to put our faces on and normalize."
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Coverage Of American Muslims Is Bigoted And Inaccurate. This Group Is Using Hard Facts To Fix It.
Studies have shown that 80 percent of news coverage about Muslims is overwhelmingly negative.
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This 19-Year-Old Deaf, Transgender Artist Will Teach You A Lesson On Representation
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Chella Man is leaving his mark on the world.
Asian-Americans Reimagined In Lead Roles Destroys Idea They Don't Belong There
The #SeeAsAmStar campaign asks how this can still be a radical shift.
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Ali Wong: Asians-Americans Are Opening Doors For Other Asian-Americans In Hollywood
The comedian also says it's not all about who's in front of the camera.
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'This Is America' Director Draws Inspiration From His Immigrant Experience
“I’m an immigrant and I think being an outsider in your home is something that I really relate to,” says Hiro Murai.
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In A World That Polices Black Movement, 'Black Boys Dance Too' Is Revolutionary
What began as an all-male dance company has become a radical campaign that explores the boundaries of blackness and masculinity.
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Time's Up, Men: More Than 300 Women File For House Races
The number is a new record.
Planned Parenthood Faces Backlash Following Abortion Princess Tweet
A Planned Parenthood branch faced backlash following a tweet suggesting that Disney create a princess who’s had an abortion.
People Want To Know Why Brooklyn Museum's New African Art Curator Is White
The curator is qualified for the job, but art scholars say people of color are qualified, too.
Why The Last Boom In Black Film Didn't Spur Real Change
Decades after the success of '90s black films, black filmmakers are on the rise again. Will the momentum last this time?
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Sloane Stephens Talks Resilience And Representation In Tennis
"I think the journey is just perseverance and just kinda staying true to yourself," she says.
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Why 'A Wrinkle In Time' Was An Unexpected Move For Director Ava DuVernay
“A Wrinkle In Time” is a departure for director Ava DuVernay, and it’s a choice that could open many doors for female directors.
Chloe x Halle On The Importance Of Showing Black Girls Coming Of Age On Screen
“That personally means so much to us," the "Grown-ish" stars said.
'A Wrinkle In Time': From Book To Film
The journey of “A Wrinkle In Time” from publishing to big screen adaptation is full of determination and perseverance.
Storm Reid Shines In ‘A Wrinkle In Time’
Ava DuVernay’s reimagined casting for the film adaptation of Madeleine L’Engle’s “A Wrinkle In Time” redefines what makes a science fiction hero.
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U.S. Newsrooms Have Dismal Representation Of Women Of Color: Report
“Without the voices of women of color in the newsroom, many stories are missing the mark or going untold.”
Michelle Obama Met This Young Fan
Michelle Obama met with two-year-old Parker Curry after the toddler was mesmerized by the former first lady’s official portrait.
Michelle Obama Tells Toddler Mesmerized By Her Portrait To 'Keep On Dreaming Big'
They met on Tuesday and had a dance party.
Why Sandra Bullock Is A Huge 'Black Panther' Fan
Sandra Bullock is a ‘Black Panther’ super fan, mainly because of what it means to her as a mother.
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Tiffany Haddish Stole The Show At The Oscars
After her hilarious double act with Maya Rudolph and a no-nonsense approach to awards ceremony fashion, people are calling for Tiffany Haddish to host next year’s Oscars.
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#OscarsSoWhite Creator Launches Media Resource Directory For Marginalized Groups
“It’s clear from the response that this is a resource that was needed ... People were waiting to be seen.”
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