Brown Babies of Germany: some parallels with Black-Asian histories
How is History, Person, and Life to be respected without forgetting?
ARTICLE: Viet-Blacks face hostility & exclusion in the historical present
Grits & Sushi: great blogsite by Mitzi Uehara Carter
Re-Blog: Ida Hart tells her story of being Black-Korean
An Undergraduate journal article on East Asian Afro-Asians
“The Marginalization of Afro-Asians in East Asia: Globalization and the Creation of Subculture and Hybrid Identity” by Sierra Reicheneker from Global Tides: Pepperdine Journal of International Studies
“Letter to Myself as a Newborn” by Kenji Chienshu Liu
Letter to Myself as a Newborn by Kenji Liu (Kyoto, Japan) Thirty-two years ago. 4:12 pm. A forest, river and hospital.
"On June 28, 1946, ten months after American troops landed in Japan, Japanese radio announced that a child of mixed Japanese and American parentage had been born that morning. The announcer called the baby a symbol of love and friendship between Japan and the United States: "a rainbow across the Pacific." SCAP [US Occupation administration offices] headquarters immediately issued an order to fire the announcer for condoning fraternization."
- From the chapter "The Problem of Miscegenation" in the work: Transpacific Racisms and the U.S. Occupation of Japan by Yukiko Koshiro. Page 159.# Permanent link to QUOTE from Yukiko Koshiro: