That’s what Fresh Off the Boat actress Constance Wu feels should have happened to Manchester by the Sea actor Casey Affleck, reported NBC Boston. The actor settled two suits filed against him in 2010 by former co-workers.
Wu took to Twitter to criticize … Read more
This may not be a coincidence, according to a story in Think Progress.
The latest to file a case is Tina Huang who is seeking class action status in her discrimination case against Twitter. Huang … Read more
That’s why he’s holding his second Fan Appreciation Week beginning today on social media. You gotta love, Jeremy. I don’t know this for sure, but I imagine he’s one of the few athletes who does something like this. Many teams hold … Read more
Just minutes ago, Lin posted identical messages on Twitter and Facebook, along with a picture of himself smiling and wearing a Lakers cap.
“Thank you to Houston fans, media, Rockets staff, coaches and teammates for the last 2 … Read more
Asian Americans are turning to Twitter to amplify their voice against insensitive and stereotypical portrayals of their community, notes KPCC.
It happened with the recent yellowface slap happy How I Met Your Mother episode. It happened with Questlove insulting Asians while on tour in Japan. It happened again with Katy Perry‘s performance at … Read more
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— Erin Pangilinan (@erinjerri) December 26, 2013
The recent success of the Twitter hashtag #NotYourAsianSidekick generated a heated discussion in the bloggersphere about Asian American feminist issues with 45,000 using the hashtag.
Lucy Liu has finally joined the Twittersphere. She actually joined a few months ago, but never sent out a Tweet. She said she wanted to do it right. She appeared on the Jimmy Fallon Show and the late night host apparently egged her into finally sending a Tweet.
Turns out her first Tweet is a … Read more
The campaign of Silicon Valley entrepreneur Ro Khanna is apologizing for an embarrassing mishap which made it appear that people who merely followed Khanna’s campaign on Twitter were raising money for the candidate.
Indian American Vivek Wadha is leading the charge on what he calls the Twitter mafia, reports the Hindustan Times
The microblogging service is under attack for its lack of gender diversity on both its board and in its senior positions.
The increased attention on the popular service comes days after Twitter announced its IPO.
“The … Read more