Diversity’s Day of Infamy :The recent revelation that Johns Hopkins, once thought to be a “good guy”, owned four slaves himself is one of those backward looks in time that brings about a major shame.
For Asian Americans, looking back at history–specifically Pearl Harbor Day, Dec. 7, 1941–uncovers the same kind of shame that conflicts when squaring with one’s sense of fairness and diversity.
Young Filipino Scholar’s BookThe fervor grew within the Filipino American community ten hours after the initial attack.
Her book Little Manila Is in the Heart, talked about how Pearl Harbor changed the racial pecking order quickly.
It Takes Diversity to Tell the Untold StoryWe’ve long known about the “infamy” of Pearl Harbor from a xenophobic U.S. perspective.