Chinatown Destruction with Sherry Cola
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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 of its Chinatown in 1876. We are highlighting the Oakland Chinatown Chamber Foundation who is raising funds to helpthe 71-year-old man who was brutally attacked on May 19th. Donate here: The Margaret Cho is an Earios production. Theme music by Margaret Cho and Wade Ryan. Produced by Amanda Lund. Edited by Molly Hawkey. Call the Earios hotline: 626-604-6262.   See for privacy and opt-out information.
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