*Co-editor's Note Recently added Chapter 20 includes a more thorough treatment of the following Ethnic Identity Groups' Movements for Reform: Native Americans, Latinos, Asian-Americans, and White Ethnic Groups.
Introductory Overview Essay
Historical Development of Reform Chinese Equal Rights League Founded in 1884 to Battle Exclusion Policies Anti-Defamation League Founded in 1913 to Combat Anti-Semitism Jewish Labor Movement
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Theory of Reform Movements for Ethnic Identity
Historical Development of Ethnic Identity Movements Native American Resistance to Government Assimilation Programs (1790s-1930s) Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) Founded in 1929 to Promote Greater Understanding and Awareness of Asian American Pacific Islanders League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Founded in 1929 Red Power Movement/AIM Established from the 1960s-1970s Border Culture (1970s into 21st Century) Recognition of Chicano Rights White Ethnic Identity Movements of the 1970s
Key Moments Rail Roads Recruit Asian American Laborers (1864-1869) WWII American Indian Veterans, “Code Talkers” (1942-1945) Japanese American Internment Camps (1942-1946) Puerto Rican Nationalists Attack Congress (1954) United Farm Workers’ Grape Boycott (1965-70) Occupation of Alcatraz (1969) U.S. Cenusus Recognizes Multiracial Category
Intersections with Other Reform Movements Ethnic Identity Movements and Civil Rights Movement Ethnic Identity Movements and Labor Movement
Future of Reform Movement Immigration Policy Debate continues over Native American Land Rights
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