1882 Project Seeks Congressional Recognition for 130 Year-Old Injustice The group is seeking recognition by the U.S. government, which passed the Chinese Exclusion Act in 1882. By Joseph Craig, Correspondent Pacific Citizen Published March 4, 2011 A civil rights injustice more than one century in the making has sparked several Asian Pacific American groups to take steps seeking recognition for the social wrongs that have haunted Chinese descendents for nearly 130 years.
US Lawmakers Seek Apology for Chinese Exclusion By Shaun Tandon AFP February 20, 2011 More than a century after the United States shut its doors to Chinese immigrants, Asian American lawmakers are seeking official acknowledgment of the Chinese Exclusion Laws which may serve as a lesson for future generations.
Chinese Expulsion Remembrance event marks 'shameful moment' in Seattle history By Nancy Bartley Seattle Times February 12, 2011 The 1886 Chinese expulsion in Seattle was remembered Saturday as more than 100 marched from the docks to the Chinatown International District.
Talk Story Coming Events Unless otherwise stated, Talk Story Events are presented at Chinese Community Church at 500 I (eye) Street N.W., Washington DC 20001 from 1:30 to 3:30pm. Times and topics subject to last minute changes. Confirm with Stan at Stangoblue@yahoo.com, or Ted at firstname.lastname@example.org 2016 Coming Attractions: January 17 -- Raymond Wong and the Wong People -- Lion Dance!! Finding the Inner Lion, or What Makes it Tick. February 28 -- Cedric Yeh and Noriko Sanefuji -- Made in the USA:…