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This week on Text Me Back, particularly poignant hosts Lindy West and Meagan Hatcher-Mays get scammed by the airline industry and online retailer Saks Off Fifth. Then, bestselling author and Internet historian Taylor Lorenz gives us a reality check on the government PSYOP creating cringe millennial content. She also joins us for a round of FMK(W) Tech CEO edition.
Chef Sara Upshaw says making dumplings, or "mandu" as they are called in Korea, is part of her family tradition.
Mike shares arts picks and reflections before his move east.
The House Committee on State Government & Tribal Relations passed a bill Friday that would establish Lunar New Year as a legislatively
The Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple, a hub for the local Japanese American community, is closed after an arsonist set fire to the building, police say.
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Cultural critic Michael Harriot is masterful at translating the complex issues of race into twitter threads you'd actually want to read. He manages to take weighty, hard topics and make them understandable and funny. Harriot's witty social commentary also appears in his new book, "Black AF History: The Un-Whitewashed Story of America," which he hopes will give readers a new lens for viewing American history.