Star Trek Discovery will get its official launch on CBS on September 24 before moving permanently to the network’s All Access digital arm, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Both the first and second episodes of the 15 show prequel will air on CBS and will be made available right after that for streaming. All future … Read more
The National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance (NQAPIA) will debut its pro-LGBTQ family campaign in the Midwest for the first time tomorrow, reports NBC News.
Family Is Still Family, is co-produced by the Asian Pride Project. The multilingual public service announcements in support of the … Read more
The holy month of Ramadan ends Tuesday, concluding a month of sunrise to sunset fasting by Muslims around the world. Over the past three years, I’ve participated in the fast for one day in a quest to better understand Islam and the people who adhere to the world’s second … Read more
The president of Parents, Families, Friends of Lesbians and Gays API (PFLAG) in Southern California hopes the largest LGBTQ gathering in the U.S. will provide an energetic start to a budding support group for LGBTQ APIs and their families.
The Creating Change Conference is an annual event sponsored and organized by the National … Read more
Jennifer Kroot is the producer and director of It Came From Kuchar (2009) and To Be Takei which premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and opens in theaters today. I spoke with Kroot about the making of the documentary, which follows the life and career of George Takei. The film deftly … Read more
A new report from Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy reveals 7 not widely know facts about Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders and AMEMSA, reports Colorlines.
AMEMSA stands for Arab, Middle Eastern, Muslim and South Asian, four distinct groups with shared experiences, but who are often indistinguishable by other Americans.
Among the facts highlighted in the … Read more