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Better Luck Tomorrow – AAPI Heritage Month

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This was the breakout: an (East) Asian American movie that wasn’t about identity, or specifically Asian issues (though, it kind of was), and was mostly just a “regular movie”, but with an Asian American cast. GQ had an article about how it came to be: MC Hammer helped make it happen! It’s free with commercials […]

Better Luck Tomorrow – AAPI Heritage Month

Dancing in the Kitchen Cookbook Alleluia Dance Theater – AAPI Heritage Month

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I can’t seem to stop with the cookbooks. This is one from a dance company associated with a church in the Moorpark area, which is near Oxnard, an area with a lot of Japanese American people, and this was reflected in the people who contributed recipes, as well as the recipes themselves. This isn’t strictly […]

Dancing in the Kitchen Cookbook Alleluia Dance Theater – AAPI Heritage Month

The Ghadar Party – AAPI Heritage Month

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“In the early twentieth century, many activists from then British-ruled India arrived in San Francisco, ideals of nationalism beating strongly in their hearts. This gave birth to and organizations called the Ghadar Party, who aimed to overthrow the British Empire‚Äôs rule in India. Out of the South Asian immigrants that made their way to San […]

The Ghadar Party – AAPI Heritage Month
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