Archive for April 13th, 2008

  • Roundtable: When the community threatens violence against the ethnic press

    Roundtable: When the community threatens violence against the ethnic press

    LOS ANGELES, New America Media –In ethnic enclaves where the power of protest is mightier than the pen, it takes a combination of physical courage, mental perseverance and sometimes even the willingness to risk one’s own life to practice journalism.

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  • BlAsian Love on the Web

    BlAsian Love on the Web

    Beyond Borders is a new group of four AsianWeek columnists who will each week explore a different issue that is not traditionally associated with or written about in relation to the Asian Pacific American community: black-Asian relationships, the Asian Pacific American lesbian/bisexual/gay/ transgender community and […]

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  • Asian Man, White Woman: Breaking an Enduring Taboo

    Asian Man, White Woman: Breaking an Enduring Taboo

    Also: The community division on Tibet They do IT a lot on the screen in Gina Kim’s Never Forever (opening Friday, April 11, at the Sundance Cinemas Kabuki in San Francisco). That’s good because the people doing IT are an Asian male and a white […]

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