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Anti-Asian/Asian American Racism: A Resource Guide: Welcome

Welcome to Racism Against Asian Americans: A Resource Guide

My Plea

Oh God, I pray that I may bear a cross


To set my people free,

That I may help to take good-will across

An understanding sea.

Oh, God, I pray that someday every race

May stand on equal plane

And prejudice will find no dwelling place 

In a peace that all may gain.


By Mary Matsuzawa - the Gila River Relocation Center in Arizona, 1945. 

Anti-Asian American Racism

Jim Wilson/The New York Times

 

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