As much as I prefer not to link to Politico, I think this piece on how Trump's anti-Asian racism may have created significant shifts in the Asian-American community that may.
The recent slaughter of Asian massage workers in Atlanta has reminded Americans that anti-Asian racism is a huge part of our history. I've written a good bit here over the.
Tonight's film is this 1912 footage of San Francisco's Chinatown, which may be the earliest film chronicling Asian-Americans that we have. I'm not sure about that as a fact, but.
This Clio Chang essay on a radical Asian-American newspaper she ran across is a good reminder that the history of Asian-America is not one of the modern stereotypes of "the.
On February 11, 1903, the Japanese-Mexican Labor Association formed to build racial solidarity among workers against sugar beet farmers near Oxnard, California. This was the first major cross-racial, non-white agricultural.
On January 20, 1920, Filipino sugar workers on Oahu, Hawaii, went on strike to demand higher pay. Japanese workers soon joined them and this multiracial strike led to minimal victory.
Book Review: Robert Ji-Song Ku, Martin F. Manalansan, and Anita Mannur, eds., Eating Asian America: A Food Studies Reader
The twenty essays that make up Eating Asian America demonstrate both the multiple approaches to food studies in an era where that field has exploded and how food is a.
On May 10, 1869, the Transcontinental Railroad was completed when the Central Pacific and Union Pacific lines met at Promontory Point, Utah. The railroad itself was key to the growth.