A road trip reveals racial violence and crippling stereotypes across the post-Sept. 11 American landscape. The murder of a family friend began Sikh American Valarie Kaur’s journey. Apex talks with Kaur about her film "Divided We Fall" that documents her road trip (see www.dwf-film.com). And, anti-miscegenation laws creates a hidden past in the play "Uncle Gunjiro’s Girlfriend". Learn about performer Brenda Wong Aoki and her family’s secret past as well as how it inspired this play with music by Mark Izu and performance by their son Kai Kane, (see www.firstvoice.org). Plus music, news calendar and more.
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