Hyphen's Joyce Chen talks with Jeff Chang about his new book, Who We Be: The Colorization of America.
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Beauty has a language all its own, and every culture speaks a different dialect. In Taiwan, my temporary home, navigating the impossible beauty standards can feel as dangerous as weathering the typhoon season.
Jeff Chang's Who We Be spans the career of American multiculturalism over the past fifty years.
Vishavjit Singh, creator of the popular Sikhtoons, shares a story and cartoon about complicated identities.
Hyphen columnist Theresa Celebran Jones considers how to help her children recognize injustice and stand in solidarity with others.
Artists at Play, a Los Angeles-based theatre collective, seeks to increase visibility of Asian American actors, artists, and playwrights.
Patrick Rosal writes on the United States' violent roles in the Philippine-American War and at home in Ferguson.
Akemi Johnson considers the legacy of internment within her family.
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