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Being Seen: Joanna Ho’s “Eyes” Brings Asian Representation to Picture Books

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“The Chair” Places Our Proximity to Whiteness in Full View

Back in February, Netflix announced that their new series “The Chair” would star Korean Queen Sandra Oh. Oh also shares an executive producer...

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