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Randall Park: Moving Mountains through Movies

Randall Park has been paving the way for more Asian-American actors since the beginning of his career, allowing more TCKs (to this day!) to be recognized for their undeniable talent in a field where they have historically been unfairly underrepresented and stereotyped…

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Lupita Nyong'o — Mexican and Kenyan Superstar

She became a star of Kenyan television in ‘Shuga’, an MTV/UNICEF-backed series that looked at sexual relationships among youth in Nairobi, aiming to promote HIV awareness and safe sex via storytelling…

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Stephanie Kurlow—the First Hijabi Ballerina

Stephanie’s drive comes from her quest to break the ballerina stereotype, and she wants to show people “that even though I wear a hijab, it doesn’t stop me from doing anything. I can be who I want to be and fulfil a career and nobody can tell me otherwise.”…

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The Boatengs: Football’s Ultimate Brotherhood

The Boateng brothers, born Germans, show a strong connection to their roots through tattoos. Jerome’s upper left arm displays an outline of Africa with the word GHANA boldly written inside, and his lower right arm has his Ghanaian name ‘Agyenim’ tattooed on it...

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Riz Ahmed’s Emmy First

His experience of growing up in a British-Pakistani family and building his career in the years following the 9/11 attacks has shaped him greatly to push the British and global film industry to increase opportunities for minority actors.

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