Have you heard the story of former Congressman Joseph Cao, the first Vietnamese American elected to the US Congress, and the only non-white Republican…
CAAM, Sundance Channel and Comcast invite you to a special, free screening of Johnnie To’s ELECTION at the Sundance Kabuki Cinemas Tuesday, July 28th at 7pm.
Here is one of a series of video interviews I did with FFO (Filipinos for Obama) Volunteers. I interviewed a few folks when people had the time and energy.
As part of CAAM’s Election Initiative for 2008, I will be blogging about my personal experiences with civic engagement in the Asian American community during this past election. Here are some short stories, responses, ephemera collected from the road during the brief time I signed up with the Barack Obama presidential campaign.
Please Join Generation Obama San Francisco and other Bay Area Groups for the San Francisco Election Night Event! Come celebrate this Historic Event with other Obama Supporters at the Mezzanine.
Calling all Obamaphiles and McCaniacs, hockey-moms and Joe Six-packs, Democrats and Republicans, Independents and Undecideds! On November 4th this historic election will usher in a new day in America and it will be time to set aside our differences, reach across the aisle, join hands in solidarity, bury the hatchet, raise a glass and PARTY LIKE IT’S 1999! But the best part, my friends, is that in this time of economic uncertainty—IT’S FREE!
During the election season the Center for Asian American Media, in collaboration with the National Minority Consortia and Diversity Beat, brought public broadcasting and public radio election-related stories from different communities within the growing minority electorate. Check out the CAAM Election 2008 page for post-election reflections and watch the stories produced by NMC fellows through Diversity Beat.
National Minority Consortia fellow, Rhonda LeValdo, reports from Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas focusing on the presidential race and how federal funding for education impacts many students on campus.
Check out this PSA video from CAUSE ( Center for Asian Americans United for Self Empowerment ) featuring George Takei, Kelly Hu and George Huang.
International filmmakers Kimberlee Acquaro and Marlo Poras are among the filmmakers who will speak and answer questions about their award-winning films screening at I.M.O.W.’s Women Wielding Cameras free Film Festival in the San Francisco Public Library’s Koret Auditorium on Saturday, June 14.