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“American Masters: Nam June Paik: Moon Is the Oldest TV” explores the work of the avant-garde artist, Nam June Paik

See the world through the eyes of Nam June Paik, the father of video art.

By Christina Zeiders

American Masters Dives into the Legacy of Olympic Champion Duke Kahanamoku

Narrated by Jason Momoa and featuring rare archival footage and new interviews with Laird Hamilton, Carissa Moore, Jack Johnson and others
By Christina Zeiders

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“Asian Americans” Encore on WITF TV

This ambitious, five-part series documents the history of Asian Americans in a fresh, bold way.
By Christina Zeiders

At Montgomery County vigil for victims of anti-Asian attacks, community looks for ways to push back

Organizers like 24-year-old Serena Ngoc Hanh Nguyen spoke about what it was like to grow up Vietnamese American in Lower Moreland and how she often felt othered by classmates who made fun of her for her noodle-based lunches or her eye shape.

By Ximena Conde/WHYY

After Atlanta murders, greater scrutiny of police killing of Asian-American man in Poconos

The use of deadly force in this case was justified, according to the DA’s office, because the officers did not know the weapon Hall carried wasn’t lethal, and because he failed to follow officers’ orders.

By Laura Benshoff/WHYY