Vol. 10, No. 2: Spring/Summer, 1986 Preview

Here is what's inside this edition:

The English Only Must Be Defeated

This November, Californians will be voting on Proposition 63, the “English Only” initiative. This initiative is an amendment to the State Constitution and if passed, will have damaging implications.


No Torch of Liberty in the All-American City

On June 3, at 1:30 AM, the torch of liberty was extinguished in Monterey Park, as the City Council surreptitiously passed Resolution 9004.


The Three C’s: Career, Community and Consciousness

Balancing a career with community involvement, maintaining a contemporary Asian Pacific identity, and continuing the struggle for equality of Asian pacific Americans, minorities and women, were the issues discussed at a three-day Asian Pacific Student Conference which was held May 2 – 4, 1986, and was sponsored by the UCLA Asian Coalition and the Student/Community Projects unit of the Asian American Studies Center.


The First Steps Toward a Korean Studies Program

The Korean language petition drive that was initiated in the winter of 1985 has finally come to fruition.


UCLA Asian pacific American Voter Registration Project

It has become increasingly important for Asian Pacific Americans to be more involved in electoral politics.


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