2012 MANAA Appearances

  January 30, 2012 – Guy Aoki and Miriam Nakamura-Quan attend a panel discussion at the Pasadena Library commemorating Fred Korematsu Day. February 15- Guy Aoki runs an information table at “The Sisterhood Effect...
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MANAA Approves of Comcast/NBCU merger

                    (On December 15, 2010-Karen Narasaki sent a letter (cc’d to  Commissioners Michael J. Copps, Robert M. McDowell, Mignon Clyburn, and Meredith Attwell Bake...
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Asian Pacific American Media Coalition (APAMC) Leadership Changes

        February 25, sovaldi 2011-MANAA Founding President Guy Aoki and Marilyn Tokuda become co-chairs of the APAMC replacing Karen Narasaki of Asian American Justice Center (AAJC).   May 2-AAJA’s Le...
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2012 Asian Pacific American Media Coalition (APAMC) Report Card

Last year, the APAMC challenged the TV networks to launch a series where the main star is Asian American.  This year, it got Mindy Kaling to head “The Mindy Project.”  Fox misses the deadline for reporting data and receiv...
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2011 MANAA Appearances

    January 26, 2011–MANAA board member Mike Le and Dariane Nabor hold a meeting at UCLA to interest students in MANAA’s work.  Board member Kristin Lee, members James Hiroyuki Liao and Han Tang also attend. Marc...
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2011 Asian Pacific American Media Coalition (APAMC) Report Card

The APAMC issues a challenge to the TV networks:  Within three years, launch a series where the main star is Asian American.  NBC once again comes out on top and is the only network to improve upon its overall grade. The deta...
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2011 MANAA Scholarship Winner

March 18, recipe 2011- On its website, MANAA announces the winner of its Student Scholarship Award for the Academic Year 2010–2011 (the press release is written by MANAA President Jeff Mio, edited by board members Miriam Nak...
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La Jolla Playhouse’s White-Washed Play Nightingale

After word gets around that the La Jolla Playhouse (LJP) is going to do a production of the Hans Christian Andersen fable Nightingale (which features Chinese characters in medieval China) with only two Asian American actors and...