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May 27, 2022
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Resilience, ingenuity, creativity. Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have enriched American history, society and culture and are instrumental to our past, present and future. This month, and every month, we celebrate the wide array of values, beliefs and traditions and AAPI communities' extraordinary impact on our national identity. As violence and discrimination against AAPI communities and individuals continue, it is imperative that we stand against racism and remain committed to highlighting AAPI voices and advancing understanding, dignity and justice. Explore these stories throughout the month with this collection presented by GBH and GBH WORLD.
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Local, USA: A Tale of Three Chinatowns
Explore the survival of urban ethnic neighborhoods in three American cities: Washington, D.C., Chicago, and Boston. Through the voices of residents, community activists, developers and government officials, the film looks at the forces altering each community and the challenges that go with them, including the pressing issue of urban development and gentrification.
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SPOTLIGHT ON BOSTON'S CHINATOWN
America ReFramed: Geographies of Kinship
The rise of Korea's global adoption program through the stories of four adoptees.
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Asian American Stories of Resilience and Beyond
Watch this series of seven documentary shorts that move beyond the pandemic and reflect the complexities of Asian American experiences in this critical moment.
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GBH Celebrates AAPI Heritage Month
A panel of community leaders and filmmakers joined GBH for an hour-long Q&A discussion exploring the rich past and uncertain future of local and regional AAPI "affinity neighborhoods," including Boston and Chicago's Chinatowns, Boston Little Saigon in Dorchester and other enclaves.
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AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: Plague at the Golden Gate
Follow the gripping story of the race against time to save San Francisco and the nation from an outbreak of bubonic plague in 1900.
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Norman Mineta and his Legacy: An American Story
Meet the man who served as cabinet secretary for Presidents Clinton and George W. Bush.
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Daniel James Brown: Facing the Mountain
Hear from celebrated author Daniel James Brown as he discusses his book Facing the Mountain: A True Story of Japanese American Heroes in World War II.
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PBS AAPI Collection
Find more documentaries and programs that celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage at PBS.org.

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