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Thursday, August 9 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Underrepresented in the API Sphere

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What does the Asian Pacific Islander community look like? Where are they from? What are their values? The API community covers a lot of different ethnicities and backgrounds, but perhaps we aren't covering all of our bases. Do we do enough to include minorities in our minority group? Hear from a panelist-led discussion about what API means and how we can make the umbrella larger.

Speakers
avatar for Adam Kealoa Causey

Adam Kealoa Causey

Administrative Correspondent, The Associated Press
Adam Kealoha Causey is an Oklahoma City-based editor and reporter for The Associated Press. He also was a reporter and editor for more than 10 years at newspapers in Nevada, Florida and Louisiana. Causey has taught journalism at Arizona State University and the University of North... Read More →
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Nydia Han

Consumer Investigative Reporter/Anchor, WPVI-TV
Nydia Han is an Emmy award-winning news anchor and consumer investigative reporter for WPVI-TV, in Philadelphia, PA.#ThisIsAmerica is her first documentary series. The passion project was born out of her experience as an Asian American and her desire to help all Americans engage in... Read More →
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David Ono

news anchor, KABC-TV
David has been an anchor on ABC7 Eyewitness news since 1996. He currently anchors three evening shows, including the top rated show in all of Los Angeles on any channel and time slot, Eyewitness News at 6. In addition to David's anchor duties, he is their special projects reporter... Read More →
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Kimberly Yam

Editor, Asian Voices, HuffPost
Kimberly Yam is the editor of Asian Voices at HuffPost, covering issues that disproportionately affect the Asian-American community. She's written about topics ranging from Asian-American poverty in New York City to Chinese restaurant family culture. She has two blind cats.


Thursday August 9, 2018 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Liberty 1777 Walker St

Attendees (45)