Actor Kim Calls Out House Members Who Voted ‘No’ on Resolution Against Anti-Asian Bigotry


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Life & Arts , Politics , Civil Rights , Film & TV WASHINGTON — In testimony before a congressional committee on Sept. 24, actor and activist Daniel Dae Kim called out Republicans who voted against a House resolution condemning anti-Asian bigotry in connection with the coronavirus pandemic. The former “Lost” and “Hawaii Five-0” cast member and executive producer of “The Good Doctor” was part of a panel speaking on diversity in the media before the House Judiciary Committee, but he changed his testimony after learning about the passage of House Resolution 908, sponsored by Rep. Grace Meng (D-N.Y.), the week...