“American Archive of Public Broadcasting Unveils Special Collection for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month”
The American Archive of Public Broadcasting curated a special collection of more than 200 radio and television programs to coincide with Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
Content featured in the collection was produced by public media stations between 1965 and 2019. The collection features news segments discussing affirmative action and reparations as well as documentary films like Joyce Chen’s China, China, Land of My Father and Vietnam: A Chicagoan Goes Home.
The American Archive of Public Broadcasting is a collaboration between the Library of Congress and GBH in Boston.
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