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This Close-Knit Island Near Seattle Has An Overlooked History Of Defying Hate — Huffington Post

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— by Mari Heyman: Filipino American farmers on Bainbridge Island, Washington, cared for the properties of their Japanese American neighbors during World War II. 18 more words

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What Families of Serious Mental Illness Need (and often don't get)

By Marvin Ross

I decided to write this after the feedback from an event in Richmond Hill, Ontario put on by Home on the Hill, an organization which serves families and loved ones affected by serious mental illness. 1,219 more words

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‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Star Alex Landi Aims To Set New Bar For Asian Representation In Hollywood — Huffington Post

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— by Curtis M. Wong: Alex Landi joined the cast of “Grey’s Anatomy” in Season 15 as Dr. Nico Kim, an openly gay surgeon. 77 more words

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The Huffington Post takes victory lap after pressuring game developer into censoring their game (Opinion)

In their relatively short life as an entertainment medium, video games have a rich history of “killing.” Since the advent of the hobby, there have been games in which players are tasked with killing criminals, soldiers, politicians, police officers, lawyers, zookeepers, movie stars, circus acrobats, babies, animals, even sushi chefs. 461 more words

6 Lovely Children's Books About Asian American Culture — Huffington Post

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— by Jolie A. Doggett: Only 7% of all kids books published in 2016 featured Asian American characters.

I have a distinct memory of being in fifth grade and reading a book unlike any other I’d read before. 84 more words

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I Spent Half My Life Ashamed Of Being Asian In America. Here’s What Changed — Huffington Post

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— by Allison Lau: “Your daughter might have to be held back a year. I think she might be retarded.” 41 more words

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