By Greg Bryant, WBGO
What he was diagnosing amounts to a pernicious form of marginalization, apart from the prevailing binary in most discussions of race in the United States. “The current vision of solidarity among Asian-Americans is cartoonish and blurry,” Kang argued — a fog of nostalgia and sentiment. “Everything else is the confusion of never knowing what side to choose because choosing our own side has so rarely been an option.” Listen to this podcast. here.