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Behind The 'Model Minority,' An American Struggle

The Pew Research Center says Asian-Americans are now the fastest-growing ethnic and immigrant group in the United States. Pew says Asian-Americans also tend to be the most educated and prosperous. But every Asian group here has a different immigration story.
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Serving In Silence, Before 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

This weekend, gay pride celebrations will mark the first year since the repeal of "don't ask, don't tell," the law that banned gays from serving openly in the U.S. military. Denny Meyer, who served in the Navy during the Vietnam War, describes what it was like to be both gay and a sailor.
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Letters: Coe State Park Hollerin'

Melissa Block and Robert Siegel read emails from listeners about Coe State Park in California and hollerin' contests in North Carolina.
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Facing Up To Bullies, Everywhere But On Reality TV

The fight against bullying has become increasingly high profile over the past couple of years, drawing in many big-name celebrities. But in the world of reality TV, says commentator Eric Deggans, bullying is alive and well as a profitable career move.
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Title IX At 40: What Has Changed, And What's Next

It's been 40 years since the adoption of Title IX, the gender equity law that changed college athletics for both women and men. Commenting on the law's future, Frank Deford says that as women dominate college rolls, football fans might be in for a rude shock.
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Letters: Personal Robots, War Of 1812

Robert Siegel and Melissa Block read emails from listeners about personal robots and the bicentennial of the War of 1812.
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Week In Politics: Obama's New Deportation Policy

Audie Cornish speaks with our regular political commentators, E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post and Brookings Institution, and Linda Chavez, a syndicated columnist. They discuss President Obama's new deportation policy and the economy.
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Letters: 'Music Curator' Diplo

Audie Cornish reads emails from listeners about the "music curator" known as Diplo.
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NewsPoet: Robert Pinsky Writes The Day In Verse

Each month, NPR's All Things Considered invites a poet into the newsroom to see how the show comes together and to write an original poem about the news. This month, our NewsPoet is Robert Pinsky. Want to write your own poem about the day's news? You can put them in the comments below.

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