Model Minority belief that Asian Americans are more interested in their

Model minority belief that asian americans are more

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Model Minoritybelief that Asian Americans are more interested in their economic well-being and have no interest to engage in politicsWeek 3KEY TERMDEFINITIONEXAMPLEAsian American MovementA panethnic political movement that sought to:-Multi-class/ethnic/sited conglomeration-Sought to improve lives of workers and poor-Raised consciousness of its participants-Fought vs. negative stereotypes & racismWith the Civil Rights, Black Power, Vietnam War, poverty and oppression neglected in the Asian American community Asian Americans were intothe political life.
-Challenged institutionalized racism-Supported third world national liberationDual Domination TheoryRelations between Asian & Asian Americans Relations between Asia & AmericaSocial Constructrace, ethnicity, pan-ethnicity, gender, sexualityimpact of social constructions include immigration exclusion laws, racial profiling, and hate crimesNew Social Movements1954 Civil Rights, 1964 Free Speech, 1965 Black Power, 1965 Anti-War, International youth movements, Anti-colonial movements for decolonizationCivil Rights MovementGoal: End Jim Crow; end segregationBarrier: White supremacyApproach: nonviolent civil disobedience; appeal to public moralityBlack Power MovementGoal: end of Civil Rights limited, Urban poverty persisted, White supremacy resilientApproach: Black Power new phase; SNCC, Black Panther PartySelf-determinationInternal colonial modelkThird WorldThird World Liberation FrontTWLF Strike: SF State, Fall ‘68-Made up of other organizations (BSU, ICSA, PACE, LASO, MASC, AAPA)-Demands: establishment of school of ethnic studies, TW faculty positions, TW control over admissions, & rehire George Murray and others-Events: campus shut down 2 semesters by school, S.I. Hayakawa president of college, 855 arrests, -Established the School of Ethnic Studies in March 1969TWLF Strike: UC Berkeley, Winter ‘69-Organizations (AASU, AAPA, MASC, NASU)-Demands: TW college, TW people in position of power (chancellors, deans, admission officers), specific demands, TW control over TW programs, no disciplinary action)-Events: lasted entire winter quarter (no closing), reached all corners (widespread support)Week 4KEY TERMDEFINITIONEXAMPLEAsian American MovementThird World Liberation FrontAsian American Community MovementsOrganizationsInternational HotelMovements for Higher Education1969 vs 1999 TWLFComparison of 1969 & 1999
1969 TWLF1999 TWLFHigh expectationsConservativebacklashCivil Rights ReformsReforms

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