8 Shows That Will Be on 'Trump TV' if Donald Trump Loses the Election

The Root, News Analysis, Posted: Oct 18, 2016

From shows meant to ignite a “race war” to Keeping Up With Katrina Pierson, we take a look at what kind of programming you might find on Trump TV.


Dylan Deserves The Nobel Prize, But He Wasn't The First Musician To Win


New America Media, Commentary, Hasan Zillur Rahim, Posted: Oct 17, 2016

Rabindranath Tagore, the Bengali polymath who won the Nobel Prize for Literature over a century ago in 1913, must be spinning in his grave.


Which Way Should I Lean in the Current War Over Vietnamese Cuisine?


New America Media, Commentary, Andrew Lam, Posted: Sep 21, 2016

People take pride in the food they eat, and ethnic communities especially form and retain their identities around their traditional cuisines.

Master of None Wins an Emmy for Outstanding Writing


Asamnews, News Report, Ed Diokno, Posted: Sep 19, 2016

The diversity at the the Emmy was in stark contrast to the Academy Awards for the motion picture industry that sparked #OscarsSoWhite when no person of color was nominated for its acting awards two consecutive years.

Report Reveals Diversity in Hollywood Stuck in Neutral


Asam News, News Report, Posted: Sep 07, 2016

The Hollywood hierarchy appears to be no different from the diversity shown in the acting ranks.

Dakota Access: Stars From Hollywood to Washington Support Water Protectors


Indian Country News, News Report, Posted: Aug 31, 2016

Most recently, Susan Sarandon attended a rally in Washington D.C. on August 24 outside U.S. District Court. She joined hundreds of others, including Woodley, in support of Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Chairman David Archambault II, who was inside with the tribe’s attorneys trying to get a judge to halt construction on the 1,172-mile-long pipeline.

African-American History Museum Receives $10M


Washington Informer, News Report, Posted: Aug 29, 2016

Bank of America, Kaiser Permanente, Prudential Financial Inc., Target and Toyota have each provided $2 million in sponsorships to support the grand opening and inaugural events of the new Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Crowdfunding Campaign Seeks to Preserve Langston Hughes’ Home


Ebony, News Report, Posted: Aug 22, 2016

The Harlem home of iconic Poet Langston Hughes is up for sale, and a crowdfunding campaign is seeking to save the historic landmark.

Hindu Goddess’s Depiction as 21st Century Modern Woman Roils Indians


India-West, News Report, Sunita Sohrabji, Posted: Aug 22, 2016

“Waarrior Savitri,” the newest offering of Indian American film director Param Gill scheduled for release in India and the U.S. Aug. 25, has received considerable backlash for its depiction of the Hindu goddess as a modern, 21st-century woman.


The Art of Displacement -- Long Beach's Housing Crisis in Words and Images


Long Beach VoiceWaves, News Report, Crystal Niebla, Posted: Aug 11, 2016

The Art of Displacement Tour highlights the issue of renter displacement in Long Beach through art.

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