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Asian Americans and Seattle's civil rights history

@ Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project


This page is a gateway to the Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project resources for exploring the civil rights activism of Asian Americans in the Pacific Northwest. Included are special sections on Seattle's Asian American Movement, Filipino Cannery Unionism Across Three Generations 1930s-1980s, and Segregated Seattle; activist oral histories; research reports; newspaper reports covering The Filipino Forum: the founding years 1928-1930, The Internment of Japanese Americans as reported by Seattle Area Weekly Newspapers: A Seattle Ethnic Press Report, and Philippine-American Chronicle (Seattle: 1935-1936); photographic collections; maps; and historical documents. Oral histories are included for: Ron Chew, Doug Chin, Fred Cordova, Dorothy Cordova, David Della, Cindy Domingo, Lynn Domingo, Phil Hayasaka, Francisco Irigon, Sharon Maeda, Larry Matsuda, Bob Santos, Alan Sugiyama, Mike Tagama, Velma Veloria, and Michael Woo.
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