What do you want to talk about?
Red, White and Brown is launching a series of Twitter Spaces audio conversations about Asian American communities and issues.
Hi all —
Hope everyone is having a great start to the holiday season. Thanksgiving is my favorite occasion each year because it combines two of the best things — family and food — and this year was no exception.
Some good news to share this week…
Twitter has chosen Red, White and Brown — along with several other creators — to be a part of its inaugural cohort that experiments with Twitter Spaces, which is Twitter’s home for live audio conversations. Think of it as a place to host more interesting conference calls with anyone in the world — no awkward Zoom background needed. Twitter is providing us funding and support to make this happen.
Our pitch to Twitter advocated for more conversations about Asian American communities and issues. And apparently, they liked it. So for the next three months — December, January and February (or maybe longer if these resonate) — I’ll be co-hosting audio conversations on Twitter twice a week. You’ll be able to join for free anytime.
What will they be about? Well, that’s where we want to hear from you. The format will likely include guests and last about 30 minutes each conversation. Simply reply to this email with your suggestions about what we should talk about and with who…
What topics or issues pertaining to Asian American communities do you want discussed? Who do you want to see invited to these conversations (dream big!)?
Looking forward to your suggestions as these Spaces audio chats launch in the next week via @VigneshR on Twitter.
Thanks for joining the conversation (here and on Twitter),
Vignesh Ramachandran (@VigneshR)
Co-founder of Red, White and Brown Media
Please send a WhatsApp message to 646–481–3221 or email us to share your feedback, story ideas or anything else you’re thinking about these days:
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