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Volume 3: Issue No. 4 • December 2013

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Table of Contents

Symposium Issue

Reigniting Community: Strengthening the Asian Pacific American Identity

Foreword

Reigniting Community: Strengthening the Asian Pacific American Identity
Denny Chan, Jennifer Chin, and James Yoon

Articles & Essays

Policing “Radicalization”
Amna Akbar

Pitting Our Youth Against Each Other: Moving School Harassment and Bullying Policy from a Zero Tolerance Discipline to Safe School Environment Framework
Khin Mai Aung

“It’s a Kākou Thing”: The DADT Repeal and a New Vocabulary of Anti-Subordination
Kim D. Chanbonpin

The Invention of Asian Americans
Robert S. Chang

“A Chinaman’s Chance” in Court: Asian Pacific Americans and Racial Rules of Evidence
Gabriel J. Chin

Critical Ethnic Legal Histories: Unearthing the Interracial Justice of Filipino American Agricultural Labor Organizing
Marc-Tizoc González

Citizenship, Voting, and Asian American Political Engagement
Ana Henderson

The Significance of Skin Color in Asian and Asian-American Communities: Initial Reflections
Trina Jones

Half/Full
Nancy Leong

Reconceptualizing Asian Pacific American Identity at the Margins
Julian Lim

Legal Solutions for APA Transracial Adoptees
Kim H. Pearson

“Of the Law, but Not Its Spirit”: Immigration Marriage Fraud as Legal Fiction and Violence Against Asian Immigrant Women
Lee Ann S. Wang

The Unbearable Whiteness of Milk: Food Oppression and the USDA*
Andrea Freeman

Note

An Invisibility Cloak: The Model Minority Myth and Unauthorized Asian Immigrants
Denny Chan


* This Article is associated with the “Critical Race Theory and Empirical Methods” symposium issue which was published as Volume 3, Issue 2.


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