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Performing Blackness Won't Fill Our Asian-American Culture Deficit [OP-ED]

The fight for media representation has become one of the most prominent rallying cries among Asian Americans. But if we wish to subvert White hegemony, we must step away from the imitation of Whiteness’ exploitation of Blackness.

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Awkwafina, Hasan Minhaj and More APIA Leaders Named to Inaugural A100 List

Asian- and Pacific Islander-American leaders in activism, entertainment and business are honored.

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The Internet Goes Crazy Over 'Crazy Rich Asians' Trailer

The film about an Asian-American woman navigating the social mores of her wealthy Singaporean boyfriend’s family is one of very few major studio films with a leading cast of Asian diasporic actors.

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How Fetishism and Erasure Silence Asian-American Women in Hollywood

“When you’re so used to being hypersexualized, you don’t even register it that much anymore.”

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Asian-American MCs Hustle for Respect in 'Bad Rap' Music Doc

You can stream the feature documentary on Asian-American rappers via Video on Demand.

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Eight of Hollywood's 'Fierce Asians' Share Tales of Industry Racism

Constance Wu, Margaret Cho, Ken Jeong and more Asian-American performers and directors offer words of caution and inspiration in a new Mashable article.

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WATCH: Awkwafina and Margaret Cho Lampoon Asian Stereotypes on Edgy 'Green Tea'

“Flip a stereotype, how an Asian bitch got concubines?” How, indeed.