E. 36 Hidden History or They Called Us Enemy by George Takei et. al
What Y’All Reading? A YA Book Review Podcast
If you are a history nerd who loves graphic novels, listen in to this episode to get hyped about this book! If not, listen anyway to get hyped about this book! It is rare for history to be portrayed in such a raw, personal, digestible way. This comic is truly impeccable. Read it.
Spoilers are Good, Actually! - Avatar: the Last Airbender
In this episode, we look at the themes of community and resistance while discussing how the 100 year war parallels real life conflicts. We also express our feelings of betrayal by George Takei, drink every time Katara touches her necklace, and ask ourselves; should snitches really get stitches? Covers Book 1 Episode 6 of Avatar: The Last Airbender - Imprisoned. Follow us on Twitter! @SpoilersareGood
Elon Musk Doesn't "Get" Memes, He's Just George Takei For Redditors
The Content Mines
We're talking about Elon Musk this week. Ryan thinks he's just a meme thief who doesn't actually understand anything about the internet. Luke think he uses dumb tweets to puff up the value for Tesla stock. Maybe both of these things are true. Basically, Elon Musk makes more sense if you think of him as a digital media company first, billionaire second. It's all just content for him.
ASIAN AMERICANS is a five part PBS documentary series produced by WETA that examines the role of Asian Americans in shaping American history and identity, exploring the impact of this group on the country’s past, present, and future. For a recent fundraising broadcast of the series, actor, author and activist George Takei was interviewed by series narrator Tamlyn Tamita. Takei, best known for his role as Hikaru Sulu, helmsman of the USS Enterprise in the original television series Star Trek and several sequels, spent his early years in two internment camps operated by the United States government during World War II. He shares his history and how his time in the camps came to be a major defining moment for himself and his family. In addition to his acting career he has been a long-time activist in the LGBTQ community, and in fighting racism of all kinds. He is the author of “They Called Us Enemy”, a graphic novel based on his story and was also involved with the Broadway musical production “Allegiance.” ASIAN AMERCIANS is available for streaming on PBS Passport. Producer/Editor: Terence Taylor Host/Producer: Tom Stewart Audio Engineer: Jon Berman Executive Producer: Daena McBride WNET Up Next is a presentation of the Design/On Air Promotion/Fundraising Department of WNET New York Public Media THE WNET GROUP The post WNET Up Next: “Asian Americans” – George Takei appeared first on THIRTEEN - New York Public Media.
The actor, who rose to global fame as Mr Sulu in Star Trek, talks to Nihal Arthanayake about his life on an off the screen. From his childhood experience of internment during the Second World War to having to live a double life as a closeted gay man in an era when homophobia could threaten his livelihood, to his current role in CBeebies Love Monster.
George Takei's sinister plot, Robert Kennedy Jr's faulty XLR cable, Bob's custom PPV's, Chad questions, Sleep deprived mandatory efficiency (the motto of the show) this and more! The minks are back baby!
San Diego Still In Red Tier, Local Scientist Reacts To Changing CDC Guidance, New Bill Makes Military Sexual Harassment A Crime, And George Takei
KPBS Midday Edition
It was a welcomed surprise for many businesses in San Diego, the county remains in the red tier Tuesday under the state’s color-coded four-tier reopening plan. It was in danger of slipping into the state’s most restrictive tier. Plus, a local scientist says despite the CDC’s retracted guidance, there is evidence that COVID-19 can be transmitted through the air. Also, the coronavirus has slowed the wheels of justice, but starting next month jury trials are scheduled to begin again with safety measures in place. And, in response to Vanessa Guillen’s death, a newly introduced bill makes sexual harassment a crime under military law. Finally, a preview of this year’s One Book, One San Diego.