For Asian American Women, Misogyny And Racism Are Inseparable, Sociologist Says

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For Asian American Women, Misogyny And Racism Are Inseparable, Sociologist Says

March 19, 2021

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‘Chinatown Pretty’ Celebrates Asian American Elders And Their Sartorial Flair

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‘Chinatown Pretty’ Celebrates Asian American Elders And Their Sartorial Flair

March 5, 2021

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History is woven into 88-year-old Dorothy G.C. Quock’s dress, which she fashioned from an heirloom rice bag. After Quock’s father immigrated to San Francisco from China’s Guangdong province, he took a job delivering sacks of rice to Chinatown businesses and residences.
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How to Address the Surge of Anti-Asian Hate Crimes

With the recent surge in Anti-Asian hate crimes all over the U.S., we need to find a way to combat this. Anti-Asian sentiment did not start with COVID-19, rather when Asians arrived and were viewed as threatening. Anti-Asian sentiment was felt throughout American history in major events, such as the Chinese Exclusion Act, World War II, and the recession in 2007/08.

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Victims of anti-Asian attacks reflect a year into pandemic

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Victims of anti-Asian attacks reflect a year into pandemic

By — Terry Tang, Associated Press

 Mar 2, 2021

Kelly Yang poses for photos, Thursday, Feb. 11, 2021, in Calabasas, Calif. Yang, an author of young adult books, was verbally attacked in a California park and told to go back to her country. Photo by Jae C. Hong/Associated Press
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Lin reveals he has been called ‘coronavirus’ while on court

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Lin reveals he has been called ‘coronavirus’ while on court

February 26, 2021

BY ALEX DIDION

Jeremy Lin spoke passionately when he joined NBC Sports Bay Area’s “Race In America: A Candid Conversation” earlier this week to discuss the recent uptick in racially-motivated attacks on Asian Americans across the United States.

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