Untold Civil Rights Stories: Asian Americans Speak Out for Justice
Edited by Stewart Kwoh, Asian Pacific American Legal Center and Russell C. Leong, UCLA Asian American Studies Center.
UNTOLD CIVIL RIGHTS STORIES is the first educational textbook describing the role of Asian Americans in United States civil rights history. Although there are more than 13 million Asian Americans in the United States, this is the first book created for students to learn and discuss the social struggles Asian Americans have faced for over a century in this country. Profiled in the book are Philip Vera Cruz, Lily Chin, the Ileto family, Beulah Kwoh, K.W. Lee, Fred Korematsu, Faustino Baclig, Amric Singh Rathour, and many others. This book is also useful for college and adult education classes.
Contributors: May Lee Heye, Bill Ong Hing, Stewart Kwoh, Irene Lee, Dale Minami, Karen Narasaki, Angela Oh, Mary Ellen Kwoh Shu, Cas Tolentino, Kent Wong, Eric Yamamoto, Helen Zia. A collaborative publication of the UCLA Asian American Studies Center and the Asian Pacific American Legal Center.
Paper: 176 pp.