Episode #9 - Asian American history


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We're back for the final episode in our three-part series on Asians in America with a look back at Asian American history, which is deeper and more profound in the writing of the American story than it's given credit for.

We also conclude the episode - our first during AAPI Heritage Month - with some thoughts on how to move forward in solidarity with the planned infrastructure bill, and how it may help all undeserved communities in America.

Key Facts about Asian Americans (Pew Research Institiute)

PBS' 5-part series, 'Asian Americans'

A Different Asian American Timeline (ChangeLab)

Stephen Miller emails to Breitbart News (SPLC)

Impossible Subjects: Illegal Aliens and the Making of Modern America, Mae Ngai

Delano Manongs; Forgotten Heroes of the UFW - Marisa Aroy

Retrospective on Gov. Hogan's stoppage of Red Line (Baltimore Sun)

The Asian American Foundation

The Real Reasons the U.S. became less racist toward Asian Americans (Wash. Post, 2016)

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