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Gun Violence Never Went Away, Plus The Overlooked Talent Of Asian Actors

Gun Violence Never Went Away, Plus The Overlooked Talent Of Asian Actors

Update: 2021-03-26
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It might have seemed like mass shootings were down last year, but 2020 was actually one of the deadliest years for gun violence in decades. Sam talks to Abené Clayton, reporter for The Guardian, about why some shootings get more coverage than others. Plus, Sam talks to Shirley Li, staff writer at The Atlantic, about Minari and the way stereotypes inform how white audiences view the performances of Asian actors. Then, Hannah Giorgis, also of The Atlantic, joins Sam and Shirley to play Who Said That.

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Gun Violence Never Went Away, Plus The Overlooked Talent Of Asian Actors

Gun Violence Never Went Away, Plus The Overlooked Talent Of Asian Actors

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