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The Young Women Fighting to Save Chinatowns
A street view of New York Chinatown. People walking on the sidewalk, busy street lined with cars, and snowflake center-streamers connect from parallel buildings.

The Young Women Fighting to Save Chinatowns

As Chinatowns around the world reel from racial and economic injustice, young women are organizing to save these iconic neighborhoods.

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2400 1600 Eileen Huang
Ethnocentrism: The Good, the Bad, and the Racist
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Ethnocentrism: The Good, the Bad, and the Racist

Recent discussions of ethnocentrism often fall short of interpreting the relationship between ethnocentrism and racism.

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1920 1280 Nicole Cardoza
A Timeline of the FBI and its Role in Political Persecution
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A Timeline of the FBI and its Role in Political Persecution

On August 8, the FBI raided former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home on suspicion of mishandling classified documents (MSN).  When activists demanded defunding of the police, conservatives trumpeted their unconditional support for law enforcement. For the same people to now shout “defund the FBI” raises the question of whether “their love of law enforcement only…

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1484 976 Andrew Lee
Reject the Use of Reductive Statements in Social Discourse
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Reject the Use of Reductive Statements in Social Discourse

Reductive statements in political and social discourse don’t help resolve these injustices but further uphold a broken, inequitable system.

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2400 1600 Dominique Stewart
Building Solidarity Across Differences
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Building Solidarity Across Differences

Solidarity amongst marginalized groups requires education, organizing, and work but is essential in dismantling white supremacy.

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2400 1600 Andrew Lee
How Stigmatizing Diseases Harms Public Health and Communities
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How Stigmatizing Diseases Harms Public Health and Communities

Biased reporting and imagery of the monkeypox outbreak reinforce homophobic and racist stereotypes and mimic a history of stigmatizing disease.

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2400 1600 Dominique Stewart
Vincent Chin and the Country’s History of AAPI Violence and Discrimination
A person during a protest holds sign that says, "Stop AAPI hate."

Vincent Chin and the Country’s History of AAPI Violence and Discrimination

Forty years after the racially motivated hate crime against Vincent Chin, Asian communities are still experiencing rampant hate crimes.

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2400 1600 Nicole Cardoza
Learn about the “one-drop rule”.

Learn about the “one-drop rule”.

The borders of racial categories are malleable, contested, and change over time. But believing that demographic changes will inevitably cause the racial hierarchy to fade away ignores centuries of evidence to the contrary.

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4952 3301 Andrew Lee