Yahoo News | ‘The Race Epidemic’ documentary wins prestigious ‘Golden Angel’ award for shining light on AAPI hate
“The Race Epidemic,” the premier documentary on the recent rise of racism against Asian Americans during the COVID pandemic, has won the Best Documentary award at the 17th annual Chinese American Film Festival (CAFF). The documentary is currently raising funds on GoFundMe as it continues to seek nationwide distribution to raise awareness.
World Journal | The Race Epidemic explores the epidemic of hate against AAPI, wins “Best Documentary” at the Chinese American Film Festival
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The Race Epidemic documentary has sold out of its October 14th screening at the Japanese American National Museum. The evening screening will feature special guest speakers such as Congressmember Mark Takano (CA-41), Fox 11 Anchor/Reporter Susan Hirasuna, and former CA Treasurer John Chiang.
When COVID-19 changed life as we knew it at the beginning of 2020, the pandemic also sparked another terrifying trend in America – the alarming rise of violent and racist attacks on AAPI communities and businesses across the country.
In partnership with Facebook Public Policy and the CA API Legislative Caucus Institute, join us for a Facebook Live virtual showing of the documentary film “The Race Epidemic” followed by a panel discussion with the film’s producers and California elected officials.
NextShark | CAAMFest Premieres ‘The Race Epidemic’ Documentary Featuring Notable Asian American Politicians
Award-winning screenwriter and director Tony Shyu developed a documentary that dives deep into the history of America’s AAPI community through storytelling and interviews with prominent Asian American politicians.
We’re celebrating Asian American history at the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) Festival, this time focusing on a documentary called The Race Epidemic. The history of racism against Asian Americans is something that has been hidden and erased from our history books, making a documentary like this more important than ever in this moment.