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Joe Ide: Creating A Complicated Hero From the Hood

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There's An Immigration Gap In How Latinos Perceive Discrimination

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Wen Wen, a 20-year-old Chinese-Indonesian, is part of the half of the population under the age of 30. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Back in 1968, a rising Puerto Rican pop star, José Feliciano, was asked to sing at Game 5 of the World Series. David Redfern/Getty Images hide caption

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To Fail Or Not To Fail: The Fierce Debate Over High Standards

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Many aging Angelenos, who lived through the violent confrontations over the land upon which Dodgers Stadium was built, remain embittered toward the team. Tim Donnelly/AP hide caption

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Food that met Muslim dietary strictures was once difficult to come by, but the growth of the American Muslim population — and the increase in non-Muslims consuming halal food — has made it much easier to find such offerings in supermarkets like Whole Foods Market. Craig Ruttle/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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How Black Americans See Discrimination

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'They Can't Just Be Average': Lifting Students Up Without Lowering The Bar

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A Year Of Love And Struggle In A New High School

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In the musical KPOP, Ashley Park plays the Korean pop star Mwe, one of the show's emotional centers. Ben Arons/Courtesy of KPOP hide caption

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A New Musical — And Its Audience — Grapple With Asian Identity, Through K-Pop

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When The Parents Are White, The Child Is Black, And The Churches Are Segregated

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