Serve the people making asian america in the long sixties karen l ishizuka jeff chang on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers a narrative history of the movement that turned orientals into asian americans until the political ferment of the long sixties. Serve the people making asian america in the long sixties is a history of the formation of asian american identity and movement building written by one of the participants karen l ishizuka not only was part of the movement so were her husband and her extended family. Drawing on more than 120 interviews and illustrated with striking images from guerrilla movement publications the book evokes the feeling of growing up alien in a society rendered in black and white and recalls the intricate memories and meanings of the asian american movement serve the people paints a panoramic landscape of a radical time . On june 18 2016 serve the people making asian america in the long sixties author karen l ishizuka led a panel discussion on the asian american movement in los angeles the program featured . Serve the people paints a panoramic landscape of a radical time and is destined to become the definitive history of the making of asian america hardbound 288 pp read an interview with author karen ishizuka about this book on discover nikkei
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