Grace Hwang Lynch Content Manager Telephone: 415-863-0814 x106 Email: contentmanager [at] caamedia [dot] org Grace Hwang Lynch is a journalist with an eye for…
What a year it has been! Twelve months ago here at CAAM, we were simply looking at 2020 as a year to commemorate our…
PRESS The Center for Asian American Media welcomes filmmakers, community partners, journalists and media representatives to CAAMFest, running May 13th-23rd, 2021. For press inquiries,…
Once we overcame the initial awkwardness of doing happy hour via laptop, the conversation flowed as if we had all known each other for years.
Finding a bone marrow donor is hard. “Mixed Match” shows it’s even harder if you’re mixed-race.
We chat with Peyton Elizabeth Lee, star of Disney Channel’s newest hit show “Andi Mack,” this spring’s breakout comedy which is the number one TV series to date in 2017 among girls aged 6-14.
The Chinese Exclusion Act and its significance to the U.S. is not included in a majority of the U.S. social studies and history curriculum in K-12 education.
“Future generations can look back at 2016 as the year that Asian American representation finally became a topic of conversation.”
Figures show that 38 percent of AAPI millennials exercised their right to vote during the 2012 presidential election, but only 17 percent did during the 2014 midterms.
Language access is a unique barrier for AAPI voters that can determine voter turnout, advocates say.
“Anytime an underrepresented group—be it black or women or Latinx or whatever—achieves mainstream recognition or gets equal opportunities, it’s a boost for all other underrepresented groups.” – Mynette Louie
While TYRUS is a film that puts a human face to our nation of immigrants, it is also a love story about family and art.