Sunday, April 24, 2016

Free Screening of "Ancestors in Americas," Part 1 by Loni Ding

For those who could no attend,
please request free ticket for on-demand playback at this website.

 Corky Lee speaking about "Ancestors in the Americas" at Learn Cantonese Toisan New York

Last week, Corky Lee, "the Undisputed, unofficial Asian American photographer laureate," presented a free screening of "Ancestors in the Americas, Part 1" to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Loni Ding's Public Broadcasting System's (PBS) series on Asian Americans at First Chinese Baptist Church in Chinatown New York.

According to Corky, "This major documentary was made by one of us, not a non Asian telling us our story of Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI's) as they come American shores and elsewhere including Caribbean areas. Rev. Bayer Lee, of First Chinese Baptist Church in Chinatown New York, 
will handle a Q&A to include his work study on what the public schools and colleges can be utilized to invigorate Asian Pacific American (APA) studies for the general good."

I was so impressed with "Ancestors in the Americas," I decided to offer it on-demand for free at this website.

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