The first female Asian-American playwright on Broadway takes aim at identity and watches the audience squirm. Young Jean Lee. By Parul Sehgal.
It is irrelevant, according to a page manifesto he allegedly wrote, because fame and recognition did not motivate him. He was driven and sought to have his attack remembered by its role in a larger cause. That cause is white supremacy.
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When we think of Asian women, does dropping sick bars and moving through fresh beats the first thing that crosses our minds? Probably not. The women on this list probably spits on those stereotypes on a daily with their sharp wit and heavy rhymes.
Students like Abdul, who are part of the youth-led organization IntegrateNYC, are advocating for more racial diversity in New York City high schools, which are some of the least diverse in the nation. To make that happen, they are pushing for a key piece of the high school admissions process to be fundamentally changed. At an all-day hackathon last week in Manhattan, Abdul joined other students and adult collaborators to create a prototype of a new algorithm that would take into account the race of students so that high schools might better reflect the diversity of the city.
The New York Times is digging in its heels, defending its hiring of Sarah Jeong to its editorial board even as she sent multiple racists tweets. Democrats have redefined racism precisely so people like Sarah Jeong can say racist things and still get jobs at the New York Times. The Times refused to back down on its hire, saying that Jeong deserved special treatment and protection from accountability for her words, even as people from all races and genders receive harassment online. For a period of time she responded to that harassment by imitating the rhetoric of her harassers.
Nora Lum born June 2, known professionally as Awkwafinais an American actress and rapper. She is best known for her breakthrough roles in films Ocean's 8 and Crazy Rich Asians She received critical praise for her performance in the film The Farewell