The Chinese Exclusion Act – what it meant for the Chinese in the U.S.
Chinese Exclusion Act, a superb example of nativism and xenophobia.
A stigma that has beset waves of American immigrants in the past two centuries, including Japanese Americans interned during World War II, is now helping propel an aggressive U.S. crackdown on suspected Chinese industrial spies.
This brief history of xenophobia and racism shows how these darker parts of American history are interconnected
Model Minority is a myth.
A Japanese American Story
House condemns anti-Asian racism
We are all guilty of unconciously collecting biases.
Why is it so difficult for many in the US to see people of Asian ancestry as Americans?
A diverse and growing population.