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Spotlighting Asian American history and culture through interviews w/ professionals

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Undocumented History is an online podcast aiming to shed light on parts of Asian American history and culture that schools and media ignore. Through interviews with Asian American advocates, government officials, and historians, Undocumented History strives to raise awareness on history such as the 228 massacre in Taiwan, history behind Chinese laborers working on the Transcontinental Railroad, and the undocumented legacy of Asian Americans. This summer, Undocumented History is also planning to take up a doll venture so that young Asian American children can see themselves in the toys they play with. Currently, the doll is being manufactured, and the first model is a female aviator to represent all the Asian Americans who have made contributions to the US army through their heroic service.

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Virtual

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beginner-friendly

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