Why Remember the Exclusion Debate?
The historical marker remembering the Chinese massacre in Los Angeles discussed at the start of this book stands as testimony to the dark side of the Asian American experience. The importance of such institutional memory is obvious given the history of exclusionism as told in these pages. We, as a society, must prevent acts of violence and discrimination meted out to groups based on race, color, culture, national origin, and legal status—and this ...
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