Uyghur kids recall physical and mental torment at Chinese boarding schools in Xinjiang

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For Asian American Women, Misogyny And Racism Are Inseparable, Sociologist Says

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For Asian American Women, Misogyny And Racism Are Inseparable, Sociologist Says

March 19, 2021

AILSA CHANG

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‘Enough Is Enough’: Atlanta-Area Spa Shootings Spur Debate Over Hate Crime Label

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‘Enough Is Enough’: Atlanta-Area Spa Shootings Spur Debate Over Hate Crime Label

Updated March 18, 2021

BILL CHAPPELL & DUSTIN JONES

Asian Americans and their allies are calling for solidarity and a push against discrimination and racist violence after a gunman killed eight people at three Atlanta-area spas Tuesday. Most of the victims were women of Asian descent.

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Asian Grandmother Who Smacked Her Attacker With A Board Donates Nearly $1 Million

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Asian Grandmother Who Smacked Her Attacker With A Board Donates Nearly $1 Million

March 24, 2021

BILL CHAPPELL

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‘Chinatown Pretty’ Celebrates Asian American Elders And Their Sartorial Flair

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‘Chinatown Pretty’ Celebrates Asian American Elders And Their Sartorial Flair

March 5, 2021

TSERING BISTA

History is woven into 88-year-old Dorothy G.C. Quock’s dress, which she fashioned from an heirloom rice bag. After Quock’s father immigrated to San Francisco from China’s Guangdong province, he took a job delivering sacks of rice to Chinatown businesses and residences.
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