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 Because of limited resources, the Azine website will focus primarily on posting historical documentation of Asian American activism, particularly from the Asian American Movement. Contributors may occasionally post more contemporary articles. If we are able to develop capacity in the future, we will expand our focus. Thanks for your support

Date of first Azine posting: 
09/21/2013

Cal State Northridge to Rename Asian House to Glenn Omatsu House

Glenn Omatsu was active in the Asian American Movement, particularly around the struggle to save the Japanese American community in San Francisco. Later, he became an academic who taught and wrote perceptively about that period. He also encouraged students to become active in current issues. His best known work was "The 'Four Prisons' and the Movements of Liberation" that summarized the changes in the Movement from 1960 to 1990. Congratulations to Glenn.

Date of first Azine posting: 
04/21/2014

Your Community - Be A Part of It

 Shown to your right is the winning design for HARMONY's Chinese Unity Button contest. The designer, Thomas Leong of NYU, will be awarded tickets to WHITE WINTER HOLIDAY.

Date of first Azine posting: 
03/22/2014

THE ASIAN- AMERICAN CONFERENCE AT YALE

from NYC student publication, Harmony, 1970               

 

Date of first Azine posting: 
03/21/2014

TO BELL YEE - FROM AN ANGRY SISTER

from NYC student publication, Harmony, 1970

Date of first Azine posting: 
02/09/2014

It's Many Chinese Communities Not One Chinese Community

from NYC student publication, Harmony, 1970

Date of first Azine posting: 
01/26/2014

Be Useful to Society...to the Chinese Community

from NYC student publication, Harmony, 1970

The distinguished Dr. Calvin Lee, President of Boston University, added a new dimension to the topic of Chinese identity on October 21, 1970 when he spoke to a group of City College students who visited Massachusetts (story in WOW, the Writing on the Wall, under Campus News-CCNY).

Date of first Azine posting: 
01/26/2014

Why an Asian American Reality Conference?

from the NY student publication Harmony 1970

America sees its Asian population as being the exotic representative of the quiet, hardworking, diligent Asian countries we studied in elementary school. We have no crime, no unemployment, no broken families, no social problems. We'll go through school and become businessmen, physicists, chemists, doctors and engineers. In short,all is milk and honey. But the reality is different ••• 

Date of first Azine posting: 
12/02/2013

Harmony Student Zine 1970

Harmony zine Nov 1970, a pulbication of Chinese Student Council New York City
Vol. II Issue V
 
 
Date of first Azine posting: 
12/02/2013

Fight for the day to day interests of the masses in a revolutionary way

 from Getting Together Newspaper April, 1977

In past articles in Getting Together we have put forth our view that only socialist revolution can solve the basic problems of this society.

Date of first Azine posting: 
09/21/2013

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