Moments of Asian American Resistance and Activism You Should Know About

  1. Community organizations in the 19th and early 20th centuries
Headquarters of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association in San Francisco (the Chinese Six Companies).
Headquarters of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association in San Francisco (The Chinese Six Companies).
Wong Chin Foo in Harpers Weekly, May 26, 1877.
Wong Chin Foo in Harpers Weekly, May 26, 1877.
Sugar beet workers in Oxnard, California.
Labor rally in rural Hawaii during the 1909 strike.
Original headquarters of the Ghadar Party in San Francisco.
A taxi dance hall ticket.
Frank Emi (right), one of the leaders of the Heart Mountain Fair Play Committee, stands with a supporter in 1944, Heart Mountain, Wyoming.
Vincent Chin’s mother, Lily Chin, speaks at a meeting to demand justice for her son.
TWLF strike at San Francisco State University, 1968.

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