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In Ramy, comedian Ramy Youssef plays a character based on his own experiences growing up as a Muslim and first-generation American in New Jersey. Barbara Nitke/Hulu hide caption

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'Ramy' Is About One Millennial American Muslim — And Everyone's Racist Uncles

A new TV series from the comedian Ramy Youssef — based on his own experience growing up as an Egyptian American in New Jersey — is trying out some different first-generation narratives.

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How One Mother's Battle Is Changing Police Training On Disabilities

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In Ramy, comedian Ramy Youssef plays a character based on his own experiences growing up as a Muslim and first-generation American in New Jersey. Barbara Nitke/Hulu hide caption

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'Ramy' Is About One Millennial American Muslim — And Everyone's Racist Uncles

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