The oft forgotten history of Filipino farmworkers who launched the 1965 grape strike.
After Filipino farmworkers walked off the grape fields, Mexican workers joined them.
For Satsuki Ina, the question of loyalty began when she was born behind barbed wire.
Patsy Mink, the first woman of color in Congress, paved the way for generations.
The Roots Program brings Asian American history to San Quentin prison.
In 1968 San Francisco State students mounted the longest campus strike in US history.
Mike Nakayama was an American GI, but he was still seen as the enemy.
After 9/11 Hari Kondabolu was treated like a foreigner in his own country.
For Korean Americans like Susan Ahn, WWII was a fight to defend both the U.S. and Korea.
Chinese immigrants who built the railroad were erased from history, but not forgotten.
In segregated America, Indian immigrants found home and family in communities of color.
The 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act made Asians the nation’s first “undocumented immigrants.”
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