Deadline TV Editor Thinks There’s Too Much Diversity in the New Pilot Season

The Root, News Analysis, Posted: Mar 25, 2015

Yes, you read correctly. The multicultural crew has taken over television, and OMG, white people won’t have jobs. The world is coming to an end.


BBC Rape Documentary Misses the Point


New America Media, Commentary, Sakhi for South Asian Women, Posted: Mar 11, 2015

The BBC documentary on a December 2012 gang rape in India presents a flawed understanding of violence.

George Takei Says Leonard Nimoy Was A Voice of Diversity


Asam News, News Report, Posted: Mar 02, 2015

Takei remembered when a cartoon version of Star Trek was proposed, the producers had no plans for including Takei or other actors of color from the show. Nimoy spoke out, according to a story in the Washington Post originally told to MSNBC.

Marvel’s Cindy Moon Swings Solo in New Comic Series, ‘Silk’


Koream Journal, News Report, Posted: Feb 23, 2015

Months after debuting in the pages of Amazing Spider-Man, Cindy Moon, aka “Silk,” makes a silky transition to her own comic book series as Marvel’s newest Asian American superheroine.

In Their Moment of ‘Glory,’ Common and John Legend Showed the World Why the Selma Struggle Truly Is ‘Now’


The Root, News Report, Posted: Feb 23, 2015

With their electrifying acceptance speeches at Sunday’s Oscars, Common and John Legend affirmed the connection between the civil rights struggle portrayed in Selma and the fight for justice that continues today.

Alejandro Iñárritu Dedicates Oscar to Fellow Mexicans


New America Media, News Report, Posted: Feb 23, 2015

Alejandro Iñárritu, winner of the 2015 Best Director Oscar for the film Birdman, dedicated his win to his fellow Mexicans in Mexico and the United States.

New African Poetry Finds Its Voice On The Web


Inter Press Service, News Report, Posted: Feb 19, 2015

The works of modern African poets are emerging with great fanfare thanks to writers and teachers building a network of libraries and websites on the internet.

Korean Director Wins Golden Bear at Berlin International Film Festival


Koream Journal, News Report, Posted: Feb 17, 2015

Na Young-kil won the Golden Bear for best short film at the Berlin International Film Festival on Feb. 14. This is the second time a Korean film has won the award in the last five years, following brothers Park Chan-wook and Chan-kyung’s 2011 fantasy-horror short, Night Fishing.


Family Secrets Travel With You: A Review of Sandip Roy's Debut Novel 'Don't Let Him Know'


New America Media, Profile, Regina Bediako, Posted: Feb 17, 2015

Sandip Roy’s debut novel Don’t Let Him Know gradually explores the arc of one South Asian family’s experience through a collection of sparkling vignettes.

Explain It Any Way You Want, but Kanye Acted an Ass After the Grammys


The Root, News Report, Posted: Feb 10, 2015

So it really shouldn’t surprise anyone that at Sunday night’s E! post-Grammys afterparty, Kanye West told an interviewer—who just happened to be his sister-in-law Khloe Kardashian—that if the Grammys “want real artists to keep coming back, they need to stop playing with us. We ain’t gonna play with them no more,” adding that Album of the Year winner “Beck needs to respect artistry, and he should have given his award to Beyoncé.”

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