This edition: October 2014Tweet
Original tape date: October 3, 2014.
First aired: October 3, 2014.
AAL’s Minnie Roh brings us to Chinatown, to a community of undocumented immigrants hidden from view who live in a form of housing known as “shiftbeds.”
Asian American women suffer high rates of depression and suicide. Kyung Yoon introduces us to one father who’s speaking out to break the silence and stigma.
Reporter Andrew Falzon talks to this year’s winners of CUNY’s Asian American Student Film Festival, a showcase for up-and-coming talents citywide.
Ernabel Demillo goes one-on-one with fashion model Geena Rocero, who has become a pioneer and advocate for transgenders.
Mr. Young Hwa Ha President, Solomon Agency Corp.; Esther Ha Foundation
Shinhee Han, Ph.D. Psychotherapist
Fan He Filmmaker, “Red Fog”, City College of New York/CUNY
Joyce Lau Filmmaker, “Long Roads”, Queens College/CUNY
Jungwoo Lee Filmmaker, “Karl”, Brooklyn College/CUNY
Joyce Moy Executive Director, Asian American / Asian Research Institute
Kayoko Nakamura Filmmaker, “Silent Exposure”, Hunter College/CUNY
Geena Rocero Fashion Model & Activist, Gender Proud
Lynne Sachs Filmmaker
Phung Tran Filmmaker, “Our Space, Our Food, Our Bed Stuy”, Hunter College
Thomas Yu Strategic Development Officer, Asian Americans For Equality