Greetings! It has been an eventful year here at CAAM — one wrought with exciting achievements and new challenges.
I’d like to first and foremost thank you for your support. In tough economic times, it is the support of individuals like you that allows us to continue to serve our mission — to fund, produce, exhibit and distribute rich, authentic and diverse stories of Asians in America, ensuring our histories are recorded, our stories told, our voices heard.
I’d also like to take this opportunity to share with you some of the highlights of this past year.
For the first time ever, CAAM presented over ten hours of Asian American programming exclusively through Comcast On Demand in May 2009 in recognition of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. From the story of the enduring icon of the family-run Chinese restaurant worldwide to the history of the Sumida Watercress Farm — a multigenerational organic farm in Hawaii, CAAM’s programming on Comcast On Demand provides a new look into Asian America. Visit the CAAM Channel for a look at some of these new, original videos. >> READ MORE