not easy being Asian American

March 12, 2007

2 videos that give a glimpse of what it feels like to be an Asian American, dealing with racism [via Eugene Cho’s blog], identity [via ISAAC blog], and more:

The first video, Silent Racism, was produced as a part of the 2006 Faith and Race class at Quest Church (Seattle) processing issues of race, racism, and racialization.

The second video, “Identity” – Unraveling “Asia America”, was directed and edited by Calvin Sun (Columbia University Asian American Alliance) as a part of Culture Shock. It seeks to reveal what lies beneath the color of our skins for a new generation of Asian Americans. Topics range from the indeterminate nature of the Asian American identity to subtle cultural diversity/segregation challenges among undergraduate campuses and possible solutions to these issues.

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