Related Program: In Contrast Episode #22: The Dream of Assimilation?-Min Jin Lee By Ilan Stavans • May 2, 2018 Related Program: In Contrast TweetShareGoogle+Email View Slideshow 1 of 2 Burns Maxey / NEPR View Slideshow 2 of 2 Listen Listening... / 47:09 Min Jin Lee immigrated from South Korea to New York as a child. She is the author of both fiction and nonfiction including two novels, Free Food for Millionaires and Pachinko which was nominated for a National Book Award in 2017. Tags: IN CONTRAST PODCASTIN CONTRASTTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Episode #14: “Representing” in Broadcasting - Ray Suarez By Ilan Stavans • Dec 14, 2017 Burns Maxey / NEPR Listen Listening... / 53:29 Distinguished journalist Ray Suarez talks about his career as a Latino broadcaster. Episode #17: Zapotec Poetry & the Language of Radio By Ilan Stavans • Feb 21, 2018 Burns Maxey / NEPR Listen Listening... / 47:43 Radio producer Karen Werner and translator Wendy Call discuss a radio documentary on Zapotec poet Irma Pineda, and explore translation and the loss of language and cultural identity. Episode #21: The Artist of Hair-Sonya Clark By Ilan Stavans • Apr 18, 2018 Burns Maxey / NEPR Listen Listening... / 37:44 Sonya Clark is a fiber artist known for using a variety of materials in her work including human hair to explore issues of race, culture, class and history.