July 14, 2011
Written by C.N.
If you’re the nostalgic type, you might be interested to read the following posts from July of years past:
- 2010: Harmony and Community in Yosemite
An interaction in Yosemite shows how a pine cone can act as a powerful symbol of cross-racial and -national unity.
- 2009: Reflections on a Multiracial Buddhist Retreat
One of my most controversial posts — In an otherwise refreshing and renewing multiracial Buddhist family retreat, two incidents with racial overtones highlight unconscious racial dynamics still present in American society.
- 2008: Congress Apologizes for Slavery and Jim Crow Segregation
The House just passed a resolution officially apologizing for slavery and Jim Crow segregation — how much does this matter right now?
- 2007: New Forms of Assimilation
Identifying an inclusive form of assimilation among Latinos and Asians in 21st century U.S. society.
- 2006: The State of Asian American Politics
A new study describes the emerging political power of Asian Americans, both as political representatives and as a political constituency group.
- 2005: Prostitution and the Korean American Community
Recent arrests surrounding prostitution highlight ongoing issues related to the status of women in the Korean American community.
- 2004: Jumping the Gun
Racial paranoia fed by terrorist fears leads to a sad case of racial profiling.
- 2003: Abercombie & Fitch in Trouble Again
Retailer Abercrombie & Fitch shows its true (White) colors once more as it’s accused of discriminating against people of color — again.
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Suggested reference: Le, C.N. . "Posts from Years Past: July" Asian-Nation: The Landscape of Asian America. <http://www.asian-nation.org/headlines/2011/07/posts-years-past-july/> ().
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