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“While there are large populations of Asian American farmers, they're segregated in a way that they're not as visible as our white counterparts," one young farmer said.
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This Oregon maximum security prison's new Japanese garden holds promise of transforming correctional landscapes.
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Manaea, a left-hander with a career record of 35-28, became the 12th pitcher in Athletics franchise history to throw a no-hitter last season.
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Comedian Irene Tu said Asian American arts groups are crucial in building community and connections.
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NBC News is highlighting some of the efforts by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to write their stories back into history.
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“It’s definitely an honor to be able to say you get to guard the president," said Alta Lauren Gunawan, whose father is Indonesian.
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The Midwest's Asian-American community is growing fast, but advocates are worried the census won't count them.
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Five survivors recount the years they spent at Tule Lake and how, years later, they continue to find healing through collective memory.
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