Conference Paper by Ariko Ikehara: Black Amerasian “Mixed” Space
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Ariko Ikehara, Doctoral Student in Ethnic Studies at UC Berkeley, speaks to Black Amerasian presence/non-presence in the current discourses that speak to Mixed-Race and interracial representation, space, place, and identity.
This conference paper is posted at the Women for Genuine Security website, February 2010.
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