Shows: March 26, 2018

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Perspectives on Gun Violence

Young people all across the country marched this past weekend for more gun safety in the March for Our Lives. We hear perspectives from the Asian American community on militarized violence with New York City based Leani Auxilio, graphic designer and AF3IRM NYC Chapter Coordinator; Ninotchka Rosca, long-time activist and novelist; and Princess Manuel, Women of Color for Progress Co-Founder, licensed social worker, and AF3IRM National Organizing Director.

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Beyond DACA

Highlights from a discussion at the Museum of the Chinese in America (MOCA): “MOCAcitizen: DACA Was Not Rescinded, Now What?” Speakers include Stephanie Park of the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund on the historical legacy of racism in the legal system, Karen Kithan Yau of the New York Immigration Coalition on Clinton-era legislation that may explain why there are many more young people currently in the United States who are without status and undocumented, and Andrew Rebatta, MOCA assistant curator.

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The Music of Joe Kye

Violinist and vocalist Joe Kye discusses his new album "Migrants," which draws on his life story as an immigrant to the U.S. from Korea whose parents have since moved back to Korea. He blends and busts genres to create soaring tracks that speak to our diverse origins and the longing we feel for family far away.

To download his album, go to JoeKye.com

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