Book Review and Thoughts on “Water Tossing Boulders”

By Stan Lou OCA – Asian Pacific American Advocates January 9, 2017   Some of you may know that I read and follow Chinese and Asian American literature faithfully and have written several book reviews. I am also an American Born Chinese (ABC) who grew up in Mississippi during the Jim Crow era when racial segregation was rampant in the South. Consequently, the book, Water Tossing Boulders, written by Adrienne Berard, became a “must-read” book for me. This is a documentation of the story of…

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Chinese American Film Seminar, 5/13 – 5/14/17

The 1882 Foundation’s Chinese American Short Film Seminar (May 13th-May 14th) explored filmmaking as both identity building and as potent storytelling. Films presented at the Alexandria Black History Museum grappled with the role of lineage and faith, and added to the defining "Chinese American." These included a full length screening of "Finding Samuel Lowe,” in which three African Jamaican-American siblings from Harlem searched for information regarding their grandfather, Samuel Lowe. Their search took them from New York and Toronto to Jamaica and China. Film writer…

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“April 1968: Through Chinatown’s Eyes” at GU

By Georgetown University's Political Awareness Committee of the Asian American Student Association On February 21, 2017, Georgetown University's Political Awareness Committee (PAC) of the Asian American Student Association (AASA) screened the 1882 Foundation documentary, "April 1968: Through Chinatown’s Eyes," to an audience of 80 Georgetown undergraduates from all cultural, racial and ethnical backgrounds. After the screening, the students engaged in an informative and captivating conversation with guest panelists. Ted Gong, the director of the 1882 Foundation, briefly introduced the documentary series project and described how…

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1882 Foundation Participates in Historical Society of DC Conference
Tom Fong and Sojin Kim explain DC Neighborhood Voices and Smithsonian Folk Life programs to a visitor

1882 Foundation Participates in Historical Society of DC Conference

The 1882 Foundation recently set up a table display at the Historical Society of Washington DC's 43rd annual conference, held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center on November 4, 2016. The conference's mission has remained constant: to provide a friendly and rigorous forum for discussing and promoting original research in the history of local Washington, D.C., and its metropolitan area. Ted Gong, Tom Fong, and Sojin Kim were thrilled to have the chance to share the mission of the 1882 Foundation with this dynamic group.…

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