Recently I posted my longform article “Being Asian in Hollywood,” featuring several members of the Hollywood community. I’ve now compiled the article into a free e-book, just for JUST ADD COLOR readers.
The design of this e-book was inspired by the beauty and talent of Anna May Wong, and photography featuring her decorate the pages of this book in homage to her. Wong is someone who wasn’t featured prominently in this article, but it’s due to her sacrifice, and the sacrifices of other Asian actors in old Hollywood, who paved the way for today’s current crop of stars.
Here’s a look at some of the pages that you’ll see inside:
Download Being Asian in Hollywood here or click the cover in the site’s sidebar!
We all love Disney, but Disney has got some explaining to do when it comes to major oversights such as:
- No black animated prince
- A Eurocentric focus on what constitutes a “princess”
- No LGBT visibility
- Hardly any major Pixar characters of color
etc., etc, etc.
My new e-book, What Disney Doesn’t Understand, however, does go into some of these issues.
What Disney Doesn’t Understand features several of my Disney-centric posts and puts them together in an easy-to-read and stylish format (if I do say so myself). The book also includes links to the original posts, which include more interactivity with tweets, Twitter moments, videos, and more. Check out some of the pages:
Download What Disney Doesn’t Understand from the right sidebar or click right here! If you like what you’ve read, make sure to share the e-book and this website with your family and friends! In fact, you can share What Disney Doesn’t Understand by clicking the Twitter bird:
I hope you enjoy the e-book!
Selma is still going strong, and I couldn’t be happier, especially since the free student screenings have finally come to Birmingham (as well as Trenton, NJ)! I was waiting on this to happen, since Birmingham is one of the epicenters of the civil rights movement. I am surprised Mayor Bell, who always has something to say about something happening “for the good of the city,” didn’t have a quote in the press release.