View the documentary Uploaded: The Asian American Movement, which originally premiered at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (Links to an external site.) in 2012. Then read the article (or listen to the radio piece) on Asian American YouTubers seeking to change mainstream perceptions.
For your discussion: What seems to be the central argument of the documentary, and considering that this was originally released in 2012, how has the YouTube scene changed or remained the same for Asian Americans in that time? Do similar concerns exist, why or why not?
Use your own knowledge and conduct outside research as well — visit any YouTube channels that you find relevant, and include those links in your response. (Note: when you are posting an entry the film icon in the second row of icons in the toolbar above the text entry box allows you to embed YouTube or other media into your post).