Vol. 6, No. 3: Winter, 1983 Preview

Here is what's inside this edition:

Editorial – Asian American Feminism

Although the Asian American movement has always claimed to be sympathetic to “women’s issues”, there is a lack of consistency in the manner issues pertaining to women have been approached.


The Writing on the Wall

In the month of October, the Los Angeles City Board of Education tried to abolish the long standing ethnic education, sex equity, and special education commissions.


Asian American Programs, CSULA

In between the major communities of Chinatown and Little Tokyo, and Montery Park in Los Angeles, is the site of the California State University, Los Angeles (SULA) campus.


New Immigrants and Older Asian Communities

Contemporary Asian communities in the United States have been experiencing a new era which is totally different from the epoch when pre-war pioneers settled and the time when their descendents experienced and are still experiencing racial discrimination.


Community Classes: “Japanese Immigration” and “Hankook American”

The Asian American Studies Center, through student/Community Projects, will be continuing its series of community classes.


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