Wow…wow…I just love everything Jeremy does and is a part of. So it looks there may be not 1, but 2 movies in the works for Jeremy. Check out the trailer to “The Last Pick” which is a collaboration between the Jubilee Project and the Jeremy Lin Foundation. This short movie will be shown in Jeremy Lin’s YouTube channel, http://www.youtube.com/thejlin7, for those who don’t know it. And man, does our Jeremy look good in this video!! I am happy for the Jeremy Lin video overload
I didn’t know much about the Jubilee Project, but now that I am reading up on them, I am even more impressed by the goodness in people’s hearts out there. The men behind this project are amazing!!
Here is their background story:
“You know you’ve made it when you graduated from Harvard working directly with Obama himself and the U.S. Department of Education/White House Initiative on APIs; or how about when you graduate UPenn and work for one of the most prestigious consulting firms; oh, here’s one: going to Harvard. Med. School. Yep, these are the boys—no, men—of The Jubilee Project: Eddie Lee, Jason Y. Lee, and Eric Lu, respectively. Amazed? We just got started. Most people couldn’t even dream of achieving these titles, and those who do can sit back and enjoy the well-deserved ride of proud parents and stable salaries. But great minds with even bigger hearts aren’t just satisfied with personal success. Jason, Eric, and Eddie, the trio behind The Jubilee Project, are pioneering good-doing through social media. Their innovative active viewership model allows them to make films for good causes, raising awareness and money by having sponsors donate one penny per view. Their film “Love Language” for example, garnered over one million views—that’s one million individuals made more aware of an important issue (we don’t want to give it away—watch it for yourself below!); that’s one million human beings united in greater understanding, empathy, and inspiration.”
To read more about them and their Q&A session, please visit:
For more info on the Jubilee Project, visit these links:
Now I know where Jeremy gets those t-shirts from and why he wears them!!
Now despite all of this and all the good Jeremy does for people…he will still get hated on, that’s just how racist cowards are. And of course and easy venting venue for these racist cowards is on Twitter.
And really?! Really?! Asian people can’t drive?! I know some people think these simple stereotypes are funny, and I have a sense of humor too…but some of these tweets are taking it to another level…a racist level!! I don’t know when people will finally get it through their heads that making fun of a person based on their ethnicity, race, color of their skin, etc…is freaking racist!!!
OK…venting over. But I know I am not the only ones upset over seeing these tweets!!