January 7, 2010
Written by C.N.
You might be interested to read the following posts from Januarys of years past:
- 2009: Airport Security and the Complexities of an Asian American Identity
How a personal experience at an airport security line symbolizes the complexities and contradictions of identifying as Asian American.
- 2008: Handbook for Young Muslim Americans
A new book helps young Muslim Americans in negotiating the challenging racial, religious, and cultural terrain of contemporary American society.
- 2007: First Baby of New Year Controversy
A Toys R Us promotion goes awry and exposes some ugly racial assumptions.
- 2006: Changing Names Among Asian Americans
An article from Northwestern University explorers a question that many young Asian Americans wrestle with — whether or not to change their Asian names.
- 2005: Further Proof Against Spying
Recent dismissals of charges of espionage against Asian Americans highlight prosecutor misconduct and the dubious nature of such allegations in the first place.
Translate Into Another Language
Rules for Comments
All submitted comments are first reviewed before appearing on the site. Constructive disagreement and intelligent debate are fine and encouraged. Comments that just spew personal hatred, contain personal attacks, excessive profanity, spam or are blatantly offensive, slanderous, threatening, racist, or irrelevant to the topic are not and will be edited out or deleted, along with duplicate comments submitted on multiple posts.
Copyright © 2001- by C.N. Le. Some rights reserved.
Suggested reference: Le, C.N. . "Posts from Years Past: January" Asian-Nation: The Landscape of Asian America. <http://www.asian-nation.org/headlines/2010/01/posts-from-years-past-january/> ().
Short URL: http://www.asian-nation.org/headlines/?p=1557