Stand Up: An Archive Collection of the Bay Area Asian-American Movement 1968-1974 (Paperback)
STAND UP: An Archive Collection of the Bay Area Asian American Movement 1968-1974 chronicles the beginning of the Bay Area Asian American movement through an unprecedented collection of period newspaper articles, documents, and photographs. From the Third World Liberation Front student strikes at San Francisco State College and University of California Berkeley campuses, to the formation of the Asian American Political Alliance, this book traces the origins of student concerns and follows the movement into the Asian American communities, by focusing on the International Hotel tenants fight against eviction and the formation of the Asian Community Center in San Francisco Chinatown-Manilatown.
Praise for Stand Up: An Archive Collection of the Bay Area Asian-American Movement 1968-1974…
"The Asian American Movement of the 1960s-70s has been largely ignored by those who have researched and written about the civil rights and social justice movements of those turbulent decades. Asian Community Center Archive Group has done an excellent job of compiling the key documents that give us a historical overview of issues and organizations that contributed to the emergence of the Asian American Movement. Most importantly, it will be an important organizational tool for today's activists in their efforts to educate youth in their communities about the historic role Asian Americans have played in our nation's history of struggles for racial/ethnic and social justice." --Carlos Munoz, Jr., author of "Youth, Identity, Power: The Chicano Movement"