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An Open Letter To Fox News - Watters' World Chinatown Segment Perpetuates Tired Stereotypes

I've been struggling with my identity for a while now. Having recently graduated from college, I am more lost than ever as I grapple with my postgrad life. Who am I, really? I'm not a business professional, data enthusiast, journalist, or musician. I'm not an environmental or social justice advocate. I'm not a liberal. I'm not a friend or sister. Thanks to Fox News correspondent Jesse Watters' recent Watters' World segment about how Asians will vote in the 2016 U.
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I've been struggling with my identity for a while now. Having recently graduated from college, I am more lost than ever as I grapple with my postgrad life. Who am I, really? I'm not a business professional, data enthusiast, journali...

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