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other non-Asian Americans can see us at the same time, too.
How I paid homage to a girlhood icon on her 40th birthday, and passed down the love to the next generation.
Words of wisdom from an iron-willed and kindhearted trailblazer.
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Hyphen columnist Theresa Celebran Jones considers how to help her children recognize injustice and stand in solidarity with others.
Hyphen columnist Theresa Celebran Jones writes about her attempts to adapt her lifestyle for healthier living.
As race and racism-conscious parents, is there a right way to freak out about how our children grapple with issues of racial identity?
Mr. Hyphen 2013 dishes about his views on Asian American masculinity, strength in multiple identities, and his advice for Mr. Hyphen hopefuls.
Need free legal advice? Eugene Ryu and KABANC can help.
It's always a victory to see more of our stories being told on television. So who should we rely on to bring more of those stories into the fold?
We're talkin' 'bout a revolution! Our latest issue features key revolutionaries Grace Lee Boggs and Yuri Kochiyama, along with grassroots movements happening today.
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