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ISBN:086593181X
Author: Franklin Ng
ISBN13: 978-0865931817
Title: Chinese Americans Struggle for Equality (Discrimination)
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Language: English
Category: Social Issues
Publisher: Rourke Pub Group (June 1, 1992)

Chinese Americans Struggle for Equality (Discrimination) by Franklin Ng



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Chinese American Struggle for Equality. Vero Beach, Florida: Rourke Corporation, In. 1992. A basic book for middle school students who wish to learn about discrimination as it has been experienced by Asian immigrants and Asian Americans since the 1850s. The beginning chapter defines and discusses the term discrimination, and the book focuses on how Asians have been affected by discrimination and have taken action to gain their civil rights. Fusang, the Chinese Who Built America. New York: Harper and Row, 1979

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The book notes that discrimination doesn't just come from regular people, but from people high up in the government. The Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox made matters worse on the West Coast when he held a press conference in Los Angeles on December 15, 1941, after a brief inspection of Pearl Harbor. The book also talks about the controversial questionnaire the Japanese Americans had to fill out, noting that 75,000 did so and of those 65,000 answered yes to both questions relating to if they were willing to serve in the US military and if they would give up any form of allegiance to the Emperor. The book also notes that discrimination against Asian Americans is still going on in today's US. This is a nicely done, easy-to-read book on the subject, covering the main points of Japanese immigration and incarceration quite well.

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Charles McClain's illuminating new study probes Chinese efforts to battle manifold discriminationin housing, employment, and educationin nineteenth-century America. It should attract attention from American and legal historians, ethnic studies scholars, and students of California culture.

The struggle for equality has been going on since the first European settlers immigrated to the United States. The outcome of that polarization of popular opinion was that the Chinese Americans were able to overcome the image of the Chinese opium den deviant which had energized discrimination and segregation.

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Identifies discrimination and discusses how Chinese Americans have struggled for their civil rights