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New York City’s first road race since the pandemic is women-only. 3,000 runners will carry on a storied legacy.

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For this 24-year-old, fighting for Palestinian rights is ‘the most core part of my identity’

Lea Kayali is one of many Palestinian women continuing a long-held tradition of fighting for liberation

A year after George Floyd’s murder, women activists reflect on what’s changed

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At 15, scientist Gitanjali Rao made history. ‘You don’t need a PhD to make a difference,’ she says.

We caught up with the young scientist to hear more about how Gen Z will shape the future of tech

This medical student wanted to help her family in India. Now a 900-pound shipment of supplies is on its way.

Noor Shaik, 27, received so many donations that she had to temporarily move out of her dorm room

‘Please listen’: Here’s what AAPI storytellers want you to know

A filmmaker, a poet, an artist and an actress on the power of AAPI storytelling

‘A safe haven’: 3 Asian American women reflect on where they find sanctuary

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The rush to help India: How these women are mobilizing coronavirus aid from afar

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U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo reflects on the lessons, rituals and gifts of the pandemic year

Poetry ‘can hold grief that’s too heavy to bear’