Sometimes it can feel like children of immigrants in the United States have a duty to be grateful. But Bianca Tylek felt she had to speak out — after the public defacement of black faculty portraits at Harvard Law.
A sociologist, a public health director and a Hollywood actress are all asking the same question but finding their own way to define their immigrant identity.
It wasn't until he was appointed to the California Supreme Court that Goodwin Liu discovered he was more than a justice — he was an Asian American role model.
Journalists Rupa Shenoy and Arun Rath talk about how Aziz Ansari's "Master of None" became a window into their own lives as first-generation Americans.