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The Margaret Cho
With anti-Asian hate crimes at record numbers, season two of THE MARGARET CHO - MORTAL MINORITY, Margaret's examining the HISTORICAL CRIMES that laid the GROUNDWORK for this recent onslaught of VIOLENCE. The 1871 Chinatown Massacre, The Fortune Teller Murders, the 2007 Virginia Tech Massacre. Margaret talks with Asian comedians, authors, journalists, podcasters as well as the organizations and people working to stop Asian hate. Subscribe to THE MARGARET CHO MORTAL MINORITY - wherever you listen to podcasts. 
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Ratings & Reviews
4.4 stars from 507 ratings
Absolutely phenomenal
So so good. ♥️♥️♥️
LenaJones77 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/20/21
Much needed
As an Asian American, I find this recent mortal minority season very educational. Asian American history is largely undiscussed or non existent in the current American history. I appreciate Margaret’s effort in researching and her discussions. As a group. AAPI are diverse and divided. I...Read full review »
SkyeIsle via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/12/21
Great podcast
I am glad I found this podcast! Have laughed and enjoyed listening to this podcast. Margaret is so funny as well a good conversationalist, also the best part is Mortal Minority. Especially in the times we are currently in. thank you Margaret you are my idol.
JesstheGoddess via Apple Podcasts · Ecuador · 06/02/21
Recent Episodes
In the season two finale of The Margaret Cho Mortal Minority, Margaret and comedian Sherry Cola discuss the unsolved 2017 murder of a Chinese-American teenager that has recently been reclassified as a hate crime. Also, the anti-Chinese laws in the Bay Area town Antioch that led to the destruction...
Published 06/17/21
Margaret and comedian Phil Yu discuss the 1880 Denver Riot and the recent San Leandro beating of an 80-year-old Asian man. This week, we are highlighting the San Leandro nonprofit Community Impact Lab. Founded by Xouhoa Bowen, Community Impact Lab envisions a world where women and their abilities...
Published 06/10/21
This week, Margaret and photographer and judge of Asia’s Next Top Model Yu Tsai, discuss the recent Indianapolis FedEx shooting that took the lives of nine people, including four members of the Sikh community. Also, the 2007 Virginia Tech Shooting. This week we are highlighting the GoFundMe page...
Published 06/03/21
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