“Asian Americans” producer Renee Tajima-Pena says she feels the series, on Asian-Americans in US history, is starting a whole new conversation. Photo: AFP “Asian Americans” producer Renee Tajima-Pena says she feels the series, on Asian-Americans in US history, is starting a whole new conversation. Photo: AFP
“Asian Americans” producer Renee Tajima-Pena says she feels the series, on Asian-Americans in US history, is starting a whole new conversation. Photo: AFP

Amidst coronavirus racism, Asian-American stories that history tried to forget highlighted in new television series

  • Five-part PBS series ‘Asian Americans’ highlights milestones in their history with the help of scholars, historians and artists
  • Narrated by stars including Daniel Dae Kim and Tamlyn Tomita, it comes at a time of rising anti-Asian violence and harassment in America

Topic |   History
“Asian Americans” producer Renee Tajima-Pena says she feels the series, on Asian-Americans in US history, is starting a whole new conversation. Photo: AFP “Asian Americans” producer Renee Tajima-Pena says she feels the series, on Asian-Americans in US history, is starting a whole new conversation. Photo: AFP
“Asian Americans” producer Renee Tajima-Pena says she feels the series, on Asian-Americans in US history, is starting a whole new conversation. Photo: AFP
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