Archive for September, 2017

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Remain Underrepresented on Television

Posted on September 26th, 2017 by imprentacomm

Although significant progress has been made in the past few years in opportunities for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders on prime-time television, they remain underrepresented, marginalized and relegated to token appearances on comedies and dramas, the summation of a new study released Tuesday. “Tokens on the Small Screen,” conducted by professors and scholars from six […]

Lessons From the World War II Experiences of Japanese Americans for Today’s Muslim Americans

Posted on September 26th, 2017 by imprentacomm

During the 2016 presidential campaign, candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, respectively, were open to the ideas of a U.S. Muslim database and surveillance of Muslim neighborhoods. As President, Trump signed executive orders that effectively banned travel into the U.S. by people from a selected list of predominantly Muslim countries. Multiple Trump supporters have openly suggested the need to segregate Muslims into […]