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         Asian-american General:     more books (100)
  1. Catamaran: South Asian American Writing, Vol. 2, Fall 2004 by Rajini Srikanth (General Editor), 2004
  2. Asian Americans: A status report by United States. General Accounting Office, 1990-01-01
  3. Department of Education efforts by the Office for Civil Rights to resolve Asian-American complaints : report to the Honorable Dana Rohrabacher, House of Representatives (SuDoc GA 1.13:HEHS-96-23) by U.S. General Accounting Office, 1995
  4. Catamaran: South Asian American Writing (Fall 2003-Volume 1) by Rajini Srikanth- General Editor, 2003
  5. Eagle:The Making Of An Asian-American President, Vol. 16: The General by Kaiji Kawaguchi, 2001-06-30
  6. Tobacco use among U.S. racial/ethnic minority groups : African Americans, American Indians, and Alaska Natives, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, ... the Surgeon General (SuDoc HE 20.7615:R 11) by U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services, 1998
  7. Major Problems in Asian American History: Documents and Essays (Major Problems in American History Series) by Lon Kurashige, Alice Yang Murray, et all 2002-10-08
  8. Asian American Art: A History, 1850-1970
  9. The South Asian Americans (The New Americans) by Karen Isaksen Leonard, 1997-10-30
  10. Apolo Anton Ohno (Asian Americans of Achievement) by Rebecca Aldridge, 2009-08-30
  11. Asian American Studies Now: A Critical Reader
  12. Asian American X: An Intersection of Twenty-First Century Asian American Voices
  13. Orientals: Asian Americans in Popular Culture by Robert G. Lee, 1999-10-15
  14. Asian Americans: Opposing Viewpoints (American History Series)

1. Asian Pacific Islands American History Literature For K-12
Index to Asian American resources for English and Social Studies teachers in grades K12. Offers chronolo Category Society Ethnicity Asian asian-american History...... general Sites. Asian American Cybernauts Page Includes community, concerns,culture contributions of the Asian American communities.

2. IPL General/Reference Collection: Asian & Pacific/Asian-American
The site also includes general information on ingredients and cooking techniques Ethnicity,Culture, and RaceAsian Pacific/asianamerican Keywords Asian
the Internet Public Library
Social Sciences Ethnicity, Culture, and Race Show Me Associations Serials in this category.
Resources in this category are:
Asia Food
An online resource of Asian food terms and recipes from Charmaine Solomon's Encyclopedia of Asian Food . Search the glossary by keyword or browse through an alphabetical listing. Search the recipes by keyword, type of dish, and region. Includes information on tea classification.
Author: Asia Society
Asian American Film (AAF)
"The purpose of is to build an engaged, involved, active, and excited audience for Asian American films." The site includes reviews, news, a film database, a collection of short Asian-American films online.
Author: Greg Pak
Asian American Net
"Asian American Net is the first and the only web site whose mission is to serve all Asian American communities and to promote and strengthen cultural, educational, and commercial ties between Asia and North America. The siteĀ¹s primary feature is the collection of regional and country-specific materials available on the Internet. Each country on the Asian continent is listed under one of the five regional groups, i.e., Central Asia, East Asia/Far East, Middle East/West Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia." Includes the address of the embassies for each nation, links to newspapers, Asian studies programs and centers, immigration resources, and Asian American organizations.

3. American Women's History: Asian-American Women
See the general Biographical Sources section for additional informationsources. Byers, Paula K., ed. Asian American Genealogical Sourcebook.
American Women's History: A Research Guide
Asian-American Women
Home Page Last Update: 11/15/2002 Suggestion Box
In addition to the sources cited below, consult the "Annual Selected Bibliography" in Amerasia Journal Asian Women in America: A Bibliography . Madison, Wis.: Women's Studies Librarian, University of Wisconsin System, 1987. 13p. Kim, Hyung-Chan, ed. Asian-American Studies: An Annotated Bibliography and Research Guide . Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 1989. 504p. Poon, Wei Chi. A Guide for Establishing Asian American Core Collections . Berkeley, Calif.: Asian American Studies Library, University of California, Berkeley, c1989. Rosseel, Trish, comp. Asian American Women Bibliography [online]. [Cambridge, Mass.]: Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College, July 1994, revised by Melanie Burror, June 1996 [cited 16 August 1998]. Available from:
Biographical Sources
See the general Biographical Sources section for additional information sources.

4. Asian-American Candidates
First Asian American female elected city wide in El Paso, Texas in 1989, then firstelected county wide in 1998. Won primary 71%29% Unopposed in 2002 general

Asian-American Candidates Asian-American Issues Key Contests ... 2000 Election Results
Contests in 2003
Upendra Chivukula (D) - incumbent
New Jersey Assembly, District 17
Election in November 2003?
Contests in 2004
Federal Contests
State Offices
Wilma Chan (D) - incumbent
California Assembly - District 16 Oakland, CA 2002 Election results: Wilma Chan (D) 84.1% George J. Nugent (R) 12.5% Richard E. Armstrong (Lib) 3.4% Judy Chu (D) - incumbent California Assembly - District 49 (Alhambra, Monterey Park, Rosemead, San Gabriel in Los Angeles County) 1268 South Atlantic Blvd. Monterey Park, CA 91754 George C. Shen (R) 9645 Telstar Avenue, #28 El Monte, CA 91731 2002 Election results: Judy Chu (D) 67.3% George C. Shen (R) 32.7% Bobby Jindal (R) Candidate for Governor Louisiana former Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services Carol Liu (D) - incumbent California Assembly - District 44 (Glendale, Pasadena, San Marino in Los Angeles County) No primary opponent 2002 Election results: Carol Liu (D) 60.1%

5. The Asian American Writers' Workshop
Membership, programs, publications, awards, and fellowship.Category Society Ethnicity Asian asianamerican Arts and Culture...... And how does this whole Asian American business come to bear, contextually, symbolically,etc.? the Workshop. $175 general, $150 Members 12 max enrollment.

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  • 7. Asian-American Studies General Topic List For Asian-American
    asianamerican Studies general. Topic 3 Subject Guides Main Page. Thispage lists all resources for asian-american Studies general.

    8. Lisa Madigan - Attorney General
    print friendly version March 2, 2002. asianamerican Leaders EndorseLisa Madigan for Attorney general. (Chicago) Hundreds of Asian
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    March 2, 2002 Asian-American Leaders Endorse
    Lisa Madigan for Attorney General
    (Chicago) Hundreds of Asian-Americans from around the Chicago area came together today at Furama Restaurant on Chicago's north side to rally in support of the candidacy of State Sen. Lisa Madigan in the Democratic primary race for Illinois Attorney General. Many of Chicago's Asian-Americans have been working very closely with Sen. Madigan for years, as her district includes significant parts of Asian-American neighborhoods on the city's north side, and through her community work in the Uptown neighborhood. "As a resident of Uptown for several years, I've had the opportunity to work with Lisa Madigan," said Chinese and Vietnamese American leader San O. "She is truly committed to protecting our families. And she'll be a great Attorney General for our community because she's been standing with us, working by our side, so she knows our need and concerns." Rangit Ganguly of the Indian-American community added, "Sen. Madigan has been a good friend to the Indian-American community and has always been very approachable and compassionate. Because she is in touch with us and our community, we know she will do a great job as the People's lawyer."

    9. Services, Asian American Student Affairs, Northwestern University
    general Services. Our Office provides a variety of services for Asian/AsianAmerican students. generally our office advises and counsels
    Search Northwestern Search Help Student Affairs STUDENT AFFAIRS Asian / Asian American Student Services Student Affairs Asian/Asian American Student Services Services Welcome About Services Academics ... Programs
    General Services Our Office provides a variety of services for Asian/Asian American students. Generally our office advises and counsels individual students, makes referrals for individual students, advises student organizations, advocates for students and the community, and develops networks for students. Individual counseling and advising
    Students may come into the Office and receive general counsel and advice on a variety of issues ranging from academics to extra-curricular activities to professional development to personal life. The basis of individual counseling and advising is that the student should feel more at ease with speaking with the Office staff due to the similar racial/cultural heritage of both parties. Referrals
    After general counseling and advising students may receive a referral to another department, office, or service on campus that is more qualified or knowledgeable to assist the student further with his or her inquiry or issue. Once a referral is suggested the student can either set-up his or her own appointment or the Office staff can set-up the appointment for the student. Study groups
    Students have the opportunity to study with their classmates in informal study group sessions on weekday evenings in the Multicultural Center conference room. There are study group sessions for popular courses including those in biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, economics, psychology, and sociology. NOTE: These sessions are not tutoring sessions with teaching assistants present; rather these sessions are opportunities for students to learn from and study with each other.

    10. ECASU Asian American Links And Resources
    A Magazine's Asian American Digital Network generalinterest asian-american weeklycollection of essays and poetry multi-racial mag about race, culture, and
    Asian-American Resources
    national greek publications ... other
    Know a resource not listed here? Email This month's featured link: provides an astounding array of resources about the full range of current civil rights issues. Combining the resources of over 185 national organizations, the site is comprehensive, easy to navigate, and provides users with the tools to take immediate action.
    Student Organizations ACAASU (old link)
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    ECASU 2000

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    Atlantic Coast Asian American Students Union (Southeast) West Coast Asian Pacific Student Union East Coast Asian Student Union last year's conference site at Yale ECASU 2001 Conference at Columbia Filipino Intercollegiate Networking Dialogue (many districts) Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Student Association Korean American Students Conference Japan Associate NETwork Midwest Asian American Student Union National Organizations AAJA OCA JACL KAC ... TACL 80-20 Initiative Political Action Committee Asian American Journalists Association Organization of Chinese Americans Japanese American Citizens League Korean American Coalition National Asian Pacific American Bar Association National Asian Pacific America Legal Consortium Rainbow/PUSH Coalition Southeast Asia Resource Action Center Taiwanese American Citizens League

    11. Associate Degree Program
    general Education Requirements for the Associate in Arts and Associate in Sciencedegrees 30, 31, 32, 45+ Anthropology 2, 3, 5 Asian/asianamerican Studies 17
    Associate Degree Program Laney Home PCCD Site Catalog
    General Education Requirements for the Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees are listed below.
    • Students must complete a minimum of 19 units distributed among
      Areas 1, 2, 3, 4a, 4b, 4c, 4d, and 5. Minimum grade point average of 2.0 ("C") must be achieved.
    The following list of courses will be revised each semester as courses are added or deleted from the curriculum. Area 1 Natural Science
    One course with a minimum value of 3 semester units.
    Anthropology: Astronomy: Biology: Chemistry: Geography: Geology: Physical Science Physics: Psychology: *Students will receive credit for one course only.
    Area 2 Social and Behavioral Sciences
    One course with a minimum value of 3 semester units.
    African-American Studies: Anthropology: Asian/Asian-American Studies: Biology: Business: Economics: Geography: Health Education: History: Journalism: Labor Studies: Mexican/Latin-American Studies: Native American Studies: Political Science: Psychology: Sociology:
    *Students will receive credit for one course only.

    A list for finding relevant educational resources on the World Wide Web.Category Science Social Sciences Ethnic Studies...... Diversity Resources general AfricanAmerican asian-american Latino-American Native American Multiracial general Resources Cultural Diversity Resources
    E T H N I C S T U D I E S
    The following list is to aid you in finding relevant educational resources on the World Wide Web on Ethnic Studies

    RACE, ETHNICITY AND INEQUALITY. General Sites on Race and Inequality. Ethnic Minorities and Race Research Group. Ethnicity, Racism and the Media. Final...
    Asian American Resources
    This site contains extensive links to Asian American Resources on the net. Subjects include WWW Servers, Events, Magazine Info, Online Journals, Files and Individual Home Pages. Some of these links are the Filipino Club of Honolulu Community College, South...
    Categories of Sites Diversity Ethnic Web Sites (General) Ethnic Groups (including women)..
    Diversity Resources
    Cultural Diversity Resources Developed by the Librarians Association of the ...
    electronic resources for ethnic studies CD-ROM Titles in the University Library at USC Valuable for Ethnic Studies. MLA (Modern Language Association) on CD. Newsbank on CD-ROM. PsycLIT. Religion Database. Click here for access to VERONICA. WWW (World Wide Web). Diversity on the World Wide-Web by ...

    13. ASIAN AMERICAN GENERAL RESOURCES - Ohio State University Libraries
    ASIAN AMERICAN general RESOURCES. KF4757 A75 A53 1998 (MAI, LAW). Ancheta,Angelo N. Race, Rights, and the Asian American Experience.
    1998 (MAI, LAW). Ancheta, Angelo N. Race, Rights, and the Asian American Experience. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1998. E 184 O6 B75 1997 (MAI). Asia Society, Division of Cultural Programs. Bridges with Asia: Asian Americans in the United States: Summary Report of a National Conference, May 2-4, 1996, New York. Malcolm Yeung, rapporteur; Sunita Sunder Mukhi and Sayu Bhojwani, eds. New York: Asia Society, Division of Cultural Programs, 1997. F 548.9 E22 B33 1996 (MAI). Bacon, Jean Leslie. Life Lines: Community, Family, and Assimilation among Asian Indian Immigrants. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996. DS 558.8 H56 1994 (MAI). Chan, Sucheng, ed. Hmong Means Free: Life in Laos and America. (Hmong Americans' personal narratives). Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1994. HD 8081 A8 L3 1984 (BUS). Cheng, Lucie, and Edna Bonacich, eds. Labor Immigration under Capitalism: Asian Workers in the United States Before World War II. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1984. E 184 E2 C44 1997 (MAI). Cherian, Joy.

    14. CET -- RESOURCES: Asian American History Web Sites And Resources
    from KQED. general ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORY. Association for Asian eachMay. general ASIAN AMERICAN RESOURCES. Asian American Cybernauts
    Resources The resources here were selected as some of the best starting points to help you further explore Asian American history and culture online in books , and through other media programs . Many of the resources listed here also have extensive links or listings of other resources. We welcome your suggestions for other good starting points. ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORY WEB SITES OTHER ASIAN AMERICAN MEDIA PROGRAMS MEDIA SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONS BOOKS ON ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORY ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORY WEB SITES CURRICULA RESOURCES AskAsia
    Asia Society's AskAsia site is an on-line source for K-12 Asian and Asian American studies. The site provides access to classroom-tested resources and activities, relevant links and a virtual community of educators. The Asian American Curriculum Project
    AACP is a not-for-profit source for books on Asian American heritage and contemporary experience Golden Legacy Curriculum
    Angel Island Immigration Station Curriculum

    The Angel Island Immigration Station curriculum, designed for grades 3 - 5, is also from KQED. Also see Loni Ding's Island of Secret Memories video.

    15. CET -- DISCOVER YOUR ANCESTORS: Asian American Genealogy Resources
    Asian American genealogy and family history, including web links, organizational contacts, and books.Category Regional Asia Society and Culture Genealogy...... general ASIAN. Oakland, CA 94607. University of California, Los Angeles Asian AmericanStudies Center Reading Room 3230 Campbell Hall Los Angeles, CA 900241546.
    Discover Your Ancestors We hope that ANCESTORS IN THE AMERICAS will inspire you to learn more about your Asian American family history and genealogy, and to preserve and pass on what you know or find. Why did your family come here? What and who did they leave behind? What was it like for them as the first generation? It is important that we learn our own stories and pass them on from generation to generation. Our stories, particularly of the early years in America, are largely unknown and untold. They need to be preserved so that we do not forget our roots and early struggles, and so that our history as Asian Americans becomes understood as a natural part of the history of America. Here are some ways to begin:
      The best place to start in discovering your own ancestors is your family itself. Begin by asking your elders the names of your ancestors or stories from the past. You might even want to do an oral history of your family, recorded on audio or videotape. This can provide the essential beginnings to go even further back in time. To trace your family back to your country of origin, you will need a complete name of an immigrant relative and their place of origin. It also helps to have a date of a significant event in the relatives life in the old country, such as a wedding.

    • Many resources are available on the World Wide Web, including others who already may be doing research of use to you. However, you cannot actually do extensive genealogical research on the Web yet. Older records are usually handwritten on paper, and may exist on microfilm, but not yet in electronic format. The Web can be a place to link up with others doing genealogical research and share your questions and experiences. There are usenet groups on genealogy by region of the world (soc.genealogy), though none to date on Asia (Anyone want to start one? If you do

    16. NAAAP Boston
    Local chapter of the National Association of Asian American Professionals. Features information on Category Regional North America Society and Culture Ethnicity...... June 7th, American history was made when Major general Edward Soriano was confirmedas Lieutenant general, becoming the Rockets Asian American Nite, 02/24/03.

    17. General Catalog - Asian American Studies
    s. Asian American Studies courses.......Asian American Studies. (College of Letters and Science) Faculty Lists. Asian AmericanStudies faculty. Related Course

    18. General Catalog - Asian American Studies Courses
    Asian American Studies Courses. Lower Division Courses. R2A. Introductory comparativeanalysis of the Asian American experience from 1848 to present. Amer

    19. Institute For Asian American Studies - General Publications
    general Publications. A Survey of Health Services and Identification of Needs forAsian American Elderly Women in the Greater Boston Area Over one hundred Asian
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    A Survey of Health Services and Identification of Needs for Asian American Elderly Women in the Greater Boston Area
    Over one hundred Asian American and mainstream health care providers in the greater Boston area were surveyed for this study. The authors have identified critical gaps in services for elderly Asian American women.
    Click here
    to download. November 2002/7 pages/no charge Asian Americans Voter Registration in Massachusetts
    The Institute for Asian American Studies has published a preliminary report containing the most detailed information on voter registration and Asian Americans in Massachusetts ever assembled. It includes analysis of recent data from ten cities and towns in Massachusetts with large Asian American populations.
    Click here
    to download.

    20. UCSB General Catalog - Asian American Studies
    20022003 general Catalog Asian American Studies Department of AsianAmerican Studies, Division of Social Sciences, Humanities and
    Asian American Studies Department of Asian American Studies,
    Division of Social Sciences,
    Humanities and Social Sciences 5044;
    Telephone (805) 893-2371 E-mail:
    (will open in a new browser window) Department Chair: Jon D. Cruz Index: Faculty Jon D. Cruz , Ph.D., UC Berkeley, Associate Professor (theory, culture, race/ethnicity, sociology of knowledge, Filipino American history) Diane C. Fujino , Ph.D., UC Los Angeles, Assistant Professor (womanist/feminist studies, psychology, interracial relations, Japanese-American experience) Susan Koshy , Ph.D., UC Los Angeles, Assistant Professor (Asian-American literature, post-Colonial literature, Asian-Indian American experience) , Ph.D. Stanford University, MFA, UC Los Angeles, Assistant Professor(film and Performance Theory and Production Asian American Cultural Studies, Sexuality, Feminist Post Colonial Theory, and Social Theories of Power, Difference and Inequality) Xiaojian Zhao , Ph.D., UC Berkeley, Assistant Professor (history, women's history, Asian-American families, Chinese-American experience)

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