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century Rome had a major woman problem. Her name was Zenobia, and she took o. - century Rome had a major woman problem. Her name was Zenobia, and she took over a huge chunk of - Be My Hero, History Facts, Nasa History, History Quotes, History Books, Intersectional Feminism, We Are The World, Badass Women, Patriarchy

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 Yuri Kochiyama, Japanese-American activist, Malcolm X Ally and a former member of the Black Panther Party died recently at the age of She spent two years in an internment camp and helped win reparations for Japanese-Americans. Japanese American, Asian American, African American History, Malcolm X, Black Power, Women In History, Black History, Asian History, Yuri Kochiyama

Not Just A 'Black Thing': An Asian-American's Bond With Malcolm X

Yuri Kochiyama and her family were rounded up by the American government and forced to live behind barbed wire during World War II. Her brief friendship with Malcolm X inspired her activism.

Some great books by Asian-American authors. Great ideas for your book club to read together! I Love Books, Good Books, My Books, Books To Read, Book Suggestions, Book Recommendations, Book Nerd, Book Club Books, Reading Lists

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Some great books by Asian-American authors. Great ideas for your book club to read together!

Miné Okubo was a Japanese American artist, writer, and social activist whose… Japanese American, Asian American, American History, Riverside City, Women In History, American Artists, World War Ii, Strong Women, Role Models

Miné Okubo Collection

Miné Okubo was a Japanese American artist, writer, and social activist whose depiction of life in American internment camps during World War II gave a voice to more than 120,000 Japanese American internees. Her book, Citizen 13660, published in 1946, was the first account of the wartime Japanese American relocation and confinement experience, and is regarded as a landmark work that still resonates with Americans.

32 Essential Asian-American Writers You Need To Be Reading - Preach the joy luck club preach! Best Fiction Books, Fiction And Nonfiction, World Of Books, My Books, Books To Read, Reading Lists, Book Lists, Reading Nook, The Joy Luck Club

32 Essential Asian-American Writers You Need To Be Reading

You're going to need a bigger bookshelf.

New York Times: June 2014 - Obituary: Civil rights activist Yuri Kochiyama, unlikely ally to Malcolm X, dies at 93 Japanese American, Asian American, African American History, British History, American Women, Native American, Civil Rights Leaders, Civil Rights Activists, Yuri Kochiyama

Yuri Kochiyama, of Japanese descent, is a name African Americans should get to know and respect as she was a dedicated and sacrificing friend of African Americans.

Your Asian wasn't quiet: Mari Matsuda, Yuri Kochiyama, Helen Zia and Grace Lee Boggs Asian American, American History, American Girls, Japanese American, British History, Asian History, Black History, Japanese History, Yuri Kochiyama

A Personal Look at "Not Your Asian Sidekick"

I first noticed Suey Park [1] last month when I came across her daily infographics depicting the number of days that Marissa Alexander [2]was spending in prison even /after/ an appeals court overturned her conviction [3]. As an Asian American woman who had been following Marissa's story an...

The Woman Warrior: Memoirs Of A Girlhood Among Ghosts by Maxine Hong Kingston, 1976 National Book Critics Circle Award winner in Nonfiction Reading Lists, Book Lists, Maxine Hong Kingston, Asian Books, Books To Read, My Books, Ya Novels, Asian American, Book Summaries

Creative Self-Help Books - Best Reads For An Artist

to get their s**t together

Yoonj Kim: The hashtag responds to the multiple oppressions of Asian American women: patriarchy, and racism in white feminism Asian American, American Women, Yasmine Bleeth, Guter Rat, Equal Rights, Women's Rights, Civil Rights, Human Rights, Intersectional Feminism

#NotYourAsianSidekick Unites Thousands To Discuss Asian-American Feminism And Stereotypes

"It was all of the things we were told to never talk about."

The Model Minority and the Public Education System Essay On Education, Education System, Japanese American, Asian American, American Life, American History, Essay Outline Format, Interesting News Articles, Interesting Stories

Why have Asian-Americans excelled in American life, what lessons do we learn from that success, and does this mean that racial discrimination in the U.S. is history?

10 Asian and Pacific Islander women you should have learned about in history class Asian History, British History, Women In History, Asian American, African American History, Strange History, History Facts, History Class, Art History

10 Asian and Pacific Islander Women You Should Have Learned About in History Class

During Women's History Month, we're celebrating women who never received their due in history's official record book. Here, we honor 11 extraordinary Asian and Pacific Islander women.

Constance Wu: Asians And Asian-Americans Are Not The Same Asian American, American Women, Fresh Off The Boat, Constance Wu, Asian History, Contemporary Fashion, Awesome Things, Diversity, Feminism

Constance Wu: Asians And Asian-Americans Are Not The Same

The "Fresh Off the Boat" actress gets real about racial stereotypes in TV and film in an interview with Allure magazine.

“I march today for Asian-American women who have been ignored, or judged or fetishized. Asian History, British History, Strange History, History Facts, Historical Women, Historical Photos, Asian American, American Women, Anne Boleyn Tudors

Constance Wu Calls Out The Fetishization Of Asians At Women's March

“I march today for Asian-American women who have been ignored, or judged or fetishized."

The Forgotten History of America’s Radical Asian Activists Japanese American, Asian American, North Vietnam, Vietnam War, Short Brown Hair, Jane Fonda, Black People, Zine, Literature

The Forgotten History of America’s Radical Asian Activists

One of the most enduring images of a Vietnam War protester is the controversial photograph of Jane Fonda, with short brown hair, sitting on an anti-aircraft gun in North Vietnam. Dubbed “Hanoi Jane,” Fonda’s face is often among the first that comes to mind when we think about the anti-war movement. Today, activists…

Patsy Mink, first AAPI woman elected to congress, Hawaii 1965 Asian American, American History, Hawaiian People, Heritage Month, Women In History, Vintage Photographs, Powerful Women, Mink, Feminism

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Two Asian-American Women Discuss What It Means To Be Transracial Adoptees Asian American, American Women, It's Meant To Be, Foster Care, The Fosters, Adoption, Challenges, Tops, Fashion

Two Asian-American Women Discuss What It Means To Be Transracial Adoptees

For Corey and Kristin, growing up "culturally white" has had its challenges.