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Yellow race in America beyond black and white
Yellow race in America beyond black and white
Wu Frank H2002
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Subject: This book blends the author's own experiences as an Asian American lawyer, professor, and reporter, to provide an overview of official and unofficial policies that have shaped Asian American history and identities in the United States. The book discusses experiences of Asian Americans, including experiences of stereotyping, societal assumptions, and discrimination. It also looks at the issue of Affirmative Action, as well as intermarriage and the mixed race movement. Furthermore, the author discusses experiences of working as the first Asian American law professor at Howard University. Throughout the book, the author explores aspects of culture and identity, and what it means to be Asian American.
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Edition:
1st ed
Imprint:
New York 2002 Basic Books
Collation:
399p
ISBN:
046500640X
Dewey class:
CU.3.03WU
Local class:
CU.3.03/WU
Language:
English
BRN:
1836034
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