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John Sacret Young born March 24, is an American author, producer, director, and screenwriter primarily in television, perhaps best known for his work on the show China Beach. Young co-created, along with William F. Broyles Jr. The WGA honored him with the Award for an episode he also directed. Young's the holder of a Golden Globe , a Peabody Award as well, and his original mini-series about the Gulf War , Thanks of a Grateful Nation , was honored with his fifth Humanitas Prize nomination and second win. He began his television work on the Emmy winning Best Drama series, Police Story , and has since created, written, or executive produced five additional series and multiple mini-series and movies of the week.
Asian Americans Need to Stand with Black Lives Matter | InStyle
Subjects: Popular Culture , Television Studies. Series: TV Milestones Series. This critical survey by David Scott Diffrient offers a well-researched and historically grounded assessment of a show whose influence on the larger popular culture is beyond dispute. Diffrient breaks new ground by fully addressing the wealth of complexities and contradictions in the series and exploring how they are rooted in the cultural ethos of the Vietnam War era.
Asian American Women Must Stand with the Black Lives Matter Movement
Esther Yoon-Ji Kang. On a bright, brisk Wednesday morning in May, about 45 members of the Chicago area's Filipino community waited inside a charter bus parked by Horner Park on the city's Northwest Side. Bound for Springfield, they wore matching periwinkle T-shirts with the word "Sulong" emblazoned across them — that's "onward" in Tagalog.
An overview essay on Asian Americans, including identity issues perceptions and misperceptions, use of terminology, understanding demographics, and the extreme diversity contained within the term. The growth and diversification of the Asian American population in recent years has been nothing short of phenomenal. Driven by sustained immigration and refugee resettlement during the s and s, Asian Americans have emerged as the nation's fastest growing racial group. Given that the school-age Asian American population doubled in the s and is expected to double again between and , our schools and the larger society must confront some critical questions.