APIE Misc Resources

About May (Asian Pacific American Heritage)   Month http://asianpacificheritage.gov/about/

Important dates in Asian American history, for more info click link.

ACRS (Asian Counseling & Referral Services) for more info click  link.

Southeast Asian Resource Action Center (SEARAC) http://www.searac.org

Asian Pacific Islander Coalition www.apicwa.org

Asian Pacific Americans in Higher Education, for more info click link. 

Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics (Leap)

Northwest Asian Weekly news, for more info click link.

National Federation of Filipino American Association link.

Association for Asian American Studies link

Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders link.

Suggested Book/Readings

King County Library System’s best book recommendation for kids in 2016. https://kcls.bibliocommons.com/list/share/217743566_bestbookskcls/730631337_best_books_2016_-_kids?_ga=1.263517646.357481705.1483038281

The books below are located in the campus library.

Dreamers: An Immigrant Generation’s Fight for Their American Dream by Eileen Truax.

Undocumented: How Immigration Became Illegal by Aviva Chomsky.

Criminalization of Immigration: the Post 9/11 Moral Panic by Samantha Hauptman.

Part Asian, 100% Hapa  by Kip Fulbeck.

Mirrors of privilege : making whiteness visible  by Shakti Butler.

Yellow : Race in America by Frank Wu.

Growing up brown by Peter Jamero.

Issei and nisei : the settling of Japanese America  by Ronald Takaki.

Different battle : stories of Asian Pacific American veterans by Carina del Rosario.

Locating Filipino Americans : ethnicity and the cultural politics of space  by Rick Bonus.

Talking to High Monks in the Snow  by Lydia Minatoya.

Relationships among Asian American Women by Jenn Lau Chin.

Grandfather’s Journey by Allen Say.

Thousand pieces of gold by Ruthanne McCunn.

Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford.