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Five years ago in Spring of 2016, we launched Asian Americana. For our fifth anniversary, we take a moment to revisit all of the stories we’ve done from our first episode through the end of 2020. What happened after we stopped recording? What are those people doing now? Listen and find out.
If you want to go back to listen to these episodes (again or for the first time), you can find them linked below or on our episodes page.
The Berkeley South Asian Radical History Walking Tour is starting up again! You can learn more and register on their website.
Here’s the video of the Kala Bagai Way ribbon cutting ceremony from SAADA:
You can find more about Julianne Sato-Parker on her website.
You can find all the letters, translations, and resources on the Letters for Black Lives site.
Here’s the video that we referenced being shown at the 2020 Democratic National Convention.
You can read the tragic news about Kouraku’s owner on Rafu Shimpo’s “Kouraku’s Hiroshi Yamauchi, 67, Passes Away”
You can learn more about CCED and SEACA LA’s mutual aid efforts before they continued their work separately in this Facebook post.
Learn more about Christina Ong and her work on her website.
Here’s some pictures of Desmond and Saagar with their facial hair on display, now both part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The piece “1965-1970: Filipino Farmworkers lead the Delano Grape Strike” in Time’s “11 Moments From Asian American History That You Should Know” was credited to “Dawn Bohulano Mabalon, Associate Professor, History, San Francisco State University; Gayle Romasanta, Founder and Writer, Bridge and Delta Publishing; Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales, Professor, Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University”
ABC 10 in Stockton covered Dawn’s work in their story “A look into the rich history of Filipino Americans in Stockton and Little Manila.”
Keep an eye out for future books, including one on Dawn, from Bridge + Delta Publishing.
Here’s the trailer to Sue Ding’s Claudia Kishi Club. You can learn more about Sue on her website.
You can listen to all of Long Distance’s current two season and keep an eye out for their upcoming stories on the Long Distance website.
This Filipino American Life continues to run and can be found on their website.
Learn more about Cambodian Rock Band’s run at Oregon Shakespeare Festival on the OSF website, and see the trailer for the Signature Theatre run in New York:
And Playbill confirmed: “Post-Pandemic, Cambodian Rock Band's Tour is Ready to Storm the Stage”
Learn more about Locke’s Oral History Project on their website: The Locke Foundation Oral History Project
You can learn more about Food Roots at foodroots.co.
Giant Robot continues on strong, and Eric still runs their gallery in Sawtelle, Los Angeles, and online projects at Giant Robot’s website.
Here’s their show with the LA Public Library that drew everyone’s attention: