Code Switch Race and identity, remixed.

Gund Kwok troupe member Heang Ly takes a break next to her lion costume during a rehearsal in Boston's Chinatown. Hansi Lo Wang/NPR hide caption

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'Still Turning Heads' At Lunar New Year, An All-Female Lion Dance Troupe

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A portrait of Fred Korematsu presented at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Honoring A Japanese-American Who Fought Against Internment Camps

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Morrie Turner's Wee Pals was the first nationally syndicated comic strip by a black cartoonist. It was first published in 1965. Morrie Turner/Courtesy of Creators Syndicate hide caption

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Morrie Turner, 1923-2014: Drawing Gentle Lessons In Tolerance

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Electronic music producer Dave Liang and jazz singer Zhang Le collaborated on a new album of Shanghai jazz standards from the 1930s and 1940s. Zhuang Yan/Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Remaking All That Jazz From Shanghai's Lost Era

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Slave auction in New Orleans, 1842, "Sale of Estates, Pictures and Slaves in the Rotunda, New Orleans." The nation's most active slave market was in New Orleans. Slaves who had been "sold down the river" were auctioned off to plantation owners. Encyclopaedia Britannica/UIG via Getty Images hide caption

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Incoming General Motors CEO Mary Barra at the center of the press scrum during the North American International Auto Show. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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Camila Fierro and her girlfriend, Erica Brien. Jasmine Garsd/NPR hide caption

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Raised In The U.S. And Coming Out To Immigrant Parents

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Sami Younes, 26, began his physical transition three years ago. "Transition didn't solve everything for me. I still have a lot of growing to do as person. But I think I'm in a better position to face it now," he said. One of the things that Younes navigates now is how people react to him as a transgender Lebanese and Puerto Rican man. Erica Yoon/NPR hide caption

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Bronx native Johnny Torres says he was addicted to drugs before he found Jesus in the Charismatic Catholic movement. Marlon Bishop/Latino USA hide caption

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A Different Kind Of Catholicism Grows In Latino Communities

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English Only? For Mainland Puerto Ricans, The Answer Is Often 'Yes'

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Cuban immigrants are handed forms to fill out by an immigration and naturalization official in Miami on Dec. 3, 1984, so they can become permanent residents of the United States. AP hide caption

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Poll Findings: On Cuban-Americans And The Elusive 'American Dream'

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