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This Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, enjoy a celebration of Olympian Duke Kahanamoku, learn how the Chinese community fought discrimination during an outbreak of bubonic plague in 1900 and much more.
Discover the inspiring story and considerable impact of five-time Olympic medalist Duke Kahanamoku. He shattered swimming records and globalized surfing while overcoming racism in a lifetime of personal challenges. Narrated by actor Jason Momoa.
Follow the gripping story of the race against time to save San Francisco and the nation from an outbreak of bubonic plague in 1900. Scapegoated as the source of the disease early on, the Chinese community fought back against unjust, discriminatory treatment.
This five-hour film series delivers a bold, fresh perspective on a history that matters today, more than ever. Told through intimate personal stories, the series casts a new lens on U.S. history and the ongoing role that Asian Americans have played.
Asian Americans and Native Hawaiians/Pacific Islanders come together to celebrate across their communities, uplift their voices and look toward a future of healing and strength. Hosted by Amna Nawaz of PBS NewsHour, the 2021 celebration features remarks from President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.
During World War II, 200,000 girls and young women were kidnapped and forced into military sexual slavery by the Imperial Japanese Army. Seventy years after their imprisonment, three survivors give first-hand accounts of the truth for the record, seeking apology and the hope that this horrific chapter of history not be forgotten.