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Jeff Chang's Who We Be spans the career of American multiculturalism over the past fifty years.
Artist and media justice activist Betty Yu examines the impact the end of Net Neutrality -- aka the Open Internet -- will have on communities of color, grassroots organizations, and even independent, volunteer-run publications like Hyphen.
Hyphen columnist Theresa Celebran Jones considers how to help her children recognize injustice and stand in solidarity with others.
In light of the upcoming memorials for human rights activist Yuri Kochiyama, artist Taiyo Na reflects on Yuri, 2Pac (Tupac Shakur) and Movement interconnectedness.
Patrick Rosal writes on the United States' violent roles in the Philippine-American War and at home in Ferguson.
A second helping of July lit: a poem by David Mura, in honor of Yuri Kochiyama.
Activist Ju Hong shares the story of his return visit to South Korea.
The Supreme Court's recent ruling threatens clinic buffer zones and women's access to health care.
Diane Fujino, author of Yuri Kochiyama's biography Heartbeat of Struggle, shares memories of her longtime friend and mentor -- and why Yuri's vision remains as vital as ever.
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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