Not In Our Town Princeton


Anti-Asian and Pacific Islander Racism during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Asian Americans, racism, and antiracism in the COVID Era TONIGHT 5/14, 8:30 pm ET

At once “model minorities” and “perpetual foreigners,” Asian Americans communities have long occupied an uncertain status in the landscape of race and racial justice in the US. The xenophobic framing of COVID crisis at the highest levels of US public…

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Chinese-Americans Fear for Their Safety

The New York Times reports on attacks on Chinese-Americans and other Asian-Americans during the corona virus crisis.  “As the coronavirus upends American life, Chinese-Americans face a double threat. Not only are they grappling like everyone else with how to avoid…

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Celebrating New Asian American Writing, November 6, 2019

On Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at 4:30 pm in the Lewis Arts Complex Donald G. Drapkin Studio, the Princeton University Asian American Studies Lecture Series presents poets Ken Chen and Sally Wen Mao in conversation. Ken Chen served as the…

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Why We Struggle to Say ‘I Love You’

Following Sandra Oh’s telling her parents “I love you.” in Korean as she accepted the Golden Globe, Viet Thanh Nguyen addresses parent-child relationships in the Asian American community and the price paid for the lack of representation and the presentation…

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