Volume 27 (2016-17)

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Foreword: Becoming Authentically Asian American
by Daniel Cheung

AAPI Community & Economic Development 

Wealth Heterogeneity Among Asian American Elderly
by Paul M. Ong, Chhandara Pech, and Alycia Cheng

No Place Like Home: Racial Capitalism, Gentrification and the Identity of Chinatown
by Kartik Naram

Asian American & Pacific Islander Anti-Displacement Strategies #OurNeighborhoods
by the National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development (National CAPACD) and the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA)

Creative Interlude: When Hate Came
by uyên phương hoàng

AAPI Political Mobilization 

At the Crossroads of Change: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Undocumented Korean Americans’ Political Participation, and Upcoming Challenges
by Ga Young Chung

Asian American Lobbying: Past, Present, and Future
by Claris Chang, with an excerpt from Elena Ong

An Interview with Dr. Elisa Choi
Commissioner, Commonwealth of Massachusetts Asian American Commission

Creative Interlude: Hyphens
by Kimberly Zin

AAPI Identity 

The Loneliness of the Progressive Asian American Christian
by Elizabeth Lin

Three Things Asian Americans Don’t Want to Talk About: Confronting Two Truths and a Lie
by Ivan Rahman

Creative Interlude: Art/Poetry
by Shurooq Al Jewari


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