Lesson plans on Asian American civil rights issues for grades K-12
Deng Xiaoping said “We need large numbers of pathbreakers who dare to think, explore new ways and generate new ideas.”
Lesson Summary: Students will learn about the much unknown history of racism against Asian Americans, what Asian Americans have had to endure and how the current perceptions of Asian Americans have manifested. Through reflection, critical thinking and much needed discussion, … Continued
20 million people of Asian ancestry now live in the U.S.
From disease cures to influential tech to workers’ rights, Asian American innovators have made huge impacts on people’s lives.
“The upward trajectory over the last 70 years has been filled with watershed moments, strategic directives, and shocking tragedies — and all of this can be traced back to the founding of the PRC”
“Well-organized human labor was seen as the key to development as China”
China has come a long way since the establishment of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in 1949.
“In today’s rural China, the rural community has been transformed beyond recognition”
The surge in violence against Asian-Americans is a reminder that America’s present reality reflects its exclusionary past.