Founded in 1983 by Loni Ding, The Center for Educational Telecommunications (CET) is a not-for-profit organization devoted to producing, publishing and consulting in the area of multiculturalism, with a special interest in Asian and Asian American concerns.
One of CET's major thrusts is the research, development and production of educational television and multimedia programs. CET is also involved in outreach partnerships with community and educational organizations, and in developing and publishing curriculum and viewer's guides.
CET's latest production in progress is the Ancestors in the Americas multi-part series for public television, a decade-long project. Two of the first three programs are completed and available. Part 3 of the series is in progress. Once the series is completed, all three parts will be broadcast nationally on public television.
CET is also developing a series of short videos or "Mini-Docs" based on the Ancestors in the Americas series. These videos will feature stories that draw upon footage, interviews, research, and primary documents associated with the series.
CET has produced a variety of other works on contemporary and historical subjects, which are available for classroom and general use.
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