Eight little Chinese-American girls wearing embroidered tunics & beaded ornaments in their hair, snatch a peak at their lesson books before filing into their classrooms at the only Catholic Chinese school in the US. San Francisco, 1936. By Alfred Eisenstaedt
Women in Caribbean History: The British Colonised Territories by Verene Shepherd This work provides an introduction for students, teachers and the general reader, giving accessible information on the history of Caribbean women. As well as focusing on enslaved Black women, it provides a background to the lives of the European, Chinese and Indian women who lived in the English-speaking Caribbean.
Growing up in an adoptive family after her mother disappears, Asian American Lily is targeted with prejudice during the Korean War and investigates antique fragments left behind by her mother with the help of an aggravating genius friend.
30 Political Propaganda Posters from Modern History