Related Article ‘I Hotel’ Is the Unheralded Document of a Decade of Asian American Activism Lucas Iberico LozadaThe last upsurge of Asian American and Asian Canadian radical organizing started in the late 1960s.
Their members started movements with working-class and immigrant Asians in Chinatowns and other diaspora communities across the country.
Current Issue View our current issueAs a result, Asian American organizing has been disproportionately led by institutions over the past few decades.
C2C also acknowledges some of the shortcomings of the last wave of Asian American organizing.
But the reality is that the work of massage parlor workers, street hawkers, and domestic workers sustains Chinatown communities.