August 12, 2010
Written by C.N.
You might be interested to read the following posts from August of years past:
- 2009: Young Hip-Hop Asians: Promoting Diversity or Stereotypes?
A recent article profiling young Asian Americans generates controversy over whether it promotes more inclusion and diversity, or just biased and harmful stereotypes.
- 2008: The History of the First Suburban Chinatown
Discussing Professor Susie Ling’s research on the history of Monterey Park, America’s first suburban Chinatown.
- 2007: Controversy Over Martin Luther King Memorial
Criticisms over who gets to create the Martin Luther King memorial exposes racial and nationalist tensions between African Americans and Asians.
- 2006: Housing Discrimination Against Non-Koreans
Korean American landlords are accused of housing discrimination against mostly Black and Latino renters.
- 2005: Wal-Mart and Asian Americans
Asian American individuals and organizations face a dilemma in regard to the question of Walmart’s effect on their communities.
- 2004: Can Ignorance be More Blatant?
Looking at the reasons why conservative Asian American ‘pundit’ Michelle Malkin defends the imprisonment of Japanese Americans during World War II.
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Suggested reference: Le, C.N. . "Posts from Years Past: August" Asian-Nation: The Landscape of Asian America. <http://www.asian-nation.org/headlines/2010/08/posts-from-years-past-august-2/> ().
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