Asian American and LGBTQ actor/activist George Takei is featured in a celebrity-driven video to promote the I Stand with Immigrants campaign.
The video was timed to kick off the fourth annual Immigrant Heritage Month.
— Star Trek: Discovery (@StarTrekNetflix) May 18, 2017
Japanese American Star Trek actor and social activist George Takei has been extra visible lately in criticizing President Trump . He went on a day-long twitter rant blasting the president and his policies this week, reports Blasting News.
Takei included a link to a Vox article saying that the president’s friend and ally … Read more
By Louis Chan
AsAmNews National Correspondent
#OscarsSoWhite, hopefully no more.
The Oscar nominations came out today with six Black actors garnering nominations, the most in Oscar history. After huge uproars two years in a row about the lack of diversity at the Academy Awards, this was … Read more
George Takei, best known for his portrayal of Hiraku Sulu, helmsman for the Starship Enterprise, was among the eight people inducted into California’s Hall of Fame Wednesday night.
“I am a proud second generation Californian, humbled to be honored by a state singular in its beauty, diversity and dynamism,” said… Read more
George Takei of Star Trek and social media fame hopes to take visitors to the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles where few have gone before.
OCT. 24 is the deadline for registering to vote in California.
Besides being the fastest-growing racial group in the U.S., Asian Americans have the highest income and are the best educated – both factors that have traditionally produced high voter turnout.However, as a… Read more
By Ed Diokno
Who knew that Donald Trump was bilingual?
Hillary Clinton and Trump finally got around debating immigration in the third and final presidential debate held last night in Las Vegas.
Star Trek actor George Takei plans to donate memorabilia from his life to the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles.
The exhibit will include souvenirs from his time on Star Trek and memories from his run for Los Angeles City Council in 1973.
The collection is called “New Frontiers: The … Read more