What We Never Knew About The Man Pushed Into The Subway Train

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Headline You’ll Never See: Korean Man Pushed To His Death by An Af***** American Man
The Trayvon Martin case was all about race, but this is the first I’ve heard about  the race of either the pusher or the pushee.
Hat tip to Larry Shingawa’s Asian American News on Facebook:
A thoughtful article about the significance of the death of Mr. Ki-Suk Han.
Death of Korean-American NYC subway victim Ki-Suck Han makes me long for more heroes in this world «
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Serim Han, widow of NYC subway victim Ki-Suck Han, holds up a picture of her late husband at a press conference. Their 20-year-old daughter, Ashley, is seated next to her mother.
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MIT electrical engineering computer science graduate has written conservative columns on politics, race / culture, science and education since the 70s in MIT The Tech and various publications in including New Republic and National Review.