Dori J. Maynard, president of the Robert C. Maynard institute for Journalism Education and longtime champion of diversity in journalism and civic life, died Tuesday at her West Oakland, Calif., home, the Institute announced. She was 56.
The eighth annual SCPASA summit conference was held at the University of Southern California on Feb. 14. This year’s theme, “(Re)Writing Our Future” explored the essence of what it means to be members of the Filipino-American society.
Whether you’re a 25-year-old punk rock anarchist from Salt Lake City, a 57-year-old captain of a booze cruise in New Orleans or an old, cranky witch, there are plenty of reasons for anyone to love the sitcom.
“Fresh Off the Boat” is a game changer. Many Asian Americans of my generation never thought they would see developed, multidimensional Asian American characters have their own TV show in their lifetime.
From a spacious nightclub in Times Square to a 190-seat auditorium in LA’s Little Tokyo district, Asian Americans coast to coast packed venues holding live community watch parties for the highly-anticipated network debut of ABC’s “Fresh Off the Boat” Wednesday night.
With just one week left until the premiere of Fresh Off the Boat, ABC has launched a social media campaign, inviting the audience to share their “fresh off the boat” stories of when they have felt a little out of place.