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Asian American Activism Power Point Speech

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Hi, everyone my name is Bryant…. (Everyone says his or her name) And today we are going to bring up the issue of Asian American Activism and the fact that it is a topic that has always been ignored or unknown to most people. Our society has been brought up studying the hardships of African Americans or Native Americans, but Asian American’s are always overlooked. And to further explore the idea of Asian American Activism, lets take a look at a video clip of the depiction of this notion. Show Video As you can see no one knows how Asian American Activism began or even the topic in general. People are asked of the struggles of Asian American Activism and most people think of Asians as being intelligent and never really the struggles of Asians. So lets begin with the starting points of Asian American Activism. Asian American Political Activism began in the late 1960’s It did not only start in one location but spontaneously in different places, different times, and with different perspectives. o Activism existed in the East coast, which quietly started in New York when two women lamented the absence of a Japanese American Community, and the erosion of Japanese identity among the children o The Midwest also had one in which an Asian American college student came together for mutual support and collective action.
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