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The VICE Guide to Right Now
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Even the Actor Who Plays Apu Thought That 'Simpsons' Apology Was Awful

Hank Azaria said that stepping aside to let a South Asian actor play the character "certainly seems like the right thing to do."
Drew Schwartz
4.25.18
Culture
Culture

Here Are All The Things Millennials Killed In 2017

Congrats, everyone. We did it!
Manisha Krishnan
12.28.17
Early Works
Early Works

James Roque Refuses to Be Anyone's "Good Asian" Anymore

The Kiwi stand-up on his fiery twenties and how food poisoning made him a comedian.
James Roque
10.3.17
Culture
Culture

Does English Montreal Get Drunker Than French Montreal? An Investigation

A new study says ‘yes’ so I asked members of the bar scene about it.
Patrick Lejtenyi
9.11.17
Culture
Culture

People of Colour Talk About the Times They ‘Code Switched’

“Acting white” can be a survival strategy, but it also comes with a lot of baggage.
Moses Monterroza
8.17.17
Culture
Culture

'The Sopranos' Offered the Best Insight into Italian-American Life

10 years after the show ended, we remember its first controversy.
Davide Mastracci
6.10.17
accents
accents

Why People Still Laugh at Asian Accents: An Investigation

As a comic of Asian descent, I needed to know the answer.
Celeste Yim
6.8.17
column
column

'Dear White People' Totally Failed With Its Lone African Character

Rashid was not multi-dimensional in any manner. He was the representation of the simple African that Western media has spent years cultivating
Tari Ngangura
5.12.17
tv
tv

Talking to Actresses About Racist Roles in Period Pieces

Only one kind of role exists for women of colour in the “uncomplicated, guilt-free entertainment” of historical fiction: subordination.
Celeste Yim
5.11.17
Dating Apps
Dating Apps

Everyone You're Going to Meet On a Dating App

Yes, it's just a carousel of the same old people going around and around and around and around.
Hannah Ewens and Toby Sprigings
4.3.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Americans See Black Men as Larger Than They Really Are, Study Finds

The survey also found that nonwhite respondents thought black men were more capable of violence than whites—and that cops would be more justified using force in altercations with them.
Drew Schwartz
3.14.17
column
column

How the Stigma of Drug Addiction Hurts All of Us

As people continue to die en masse due to the opioid crisis, we look at how stereotypes surrounding drug use are holding society back.
Allison Tierney
2.7.17