Volume 29 (2018-19)

The contributors of the AAPR’s 29th Edition are blasian, brown, queer, trans, intergenerational, organized and resilient. They make the case for gender justice and transgender rights in the Pilipinx community, transformative mental health practices, and transnational advocacy strategies, and pan-Asian movement building.

Please join us in lifting up these narratives!

Foreword: The Power of Our Multitudes

Sydney Fang

The Brown Asian American Movement: Advocating for South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Filipino American Communities

Kevin L. Nadal

For Queer Asian American Youth Who Are Resilient & Tenacious: How queer Asian American youth and their advocates confront the tensions in their communities

Doua Kha

Gender Justice and Transgender Rights in the Pilipinx Community

Nikki Abeleda, Mikayla Konefal, and Katherine Nasol

Intergenerational, Multi-ethnic, and Transnational Approaches to U.S. Policy Advocacy for the Filipino American Community

Steven Raga

Tibetan Strategies and Chinese Counter-Strategies, 1986-2012

Tenzin Dorjee

Data, Community, and Meaningful Change: Mental Health Advocacy in the Asian American Community

Hyunji Hannah Lee

A Journey of Public Stewardship on Asian American and Pacific Islander Mental Health: Massachusetts’ Approach to Addressing Disparities

Edward K. S. Wang, M.S., Psy.D.

Blasian Voices on Affirmative Action

Alani Fujii

We’re Not Who You Think We Are

Chenxing Han

Is Queerness A White Invention?

Sarah Ngu

Why are so many of us secretly depressed? Excavating the layers of Asian Americans’ struggle with mental health

An Interview of J.R. Kuo by Charlene Wang