To Live in Peace... Responding to Anti-Asian Violence in Boston

Item

Title
To Live in Peace... Responding to Anti-Asian Violence in Boston
Alternative Title
Report of the Civil Rights Capacity-Building Project, October 1987
Creator
Song, Elaine
Contributor
Chu, Robert
Chung, Arlene
Dow, Frederick H.
Sagara, Carlton
Ng, Man Chak
Fong, Kevin
Mark, Frank
Moy, Jeffrey
Nishino, Steve
OuYang, Elizabeth
Pan, Suzanne
Park, Soon-A
Tong, Jason
Wong, Howard
Chin, Diane
Feng, Therese
Kiang, Peter
Liem, Ramsay
Publisher
Asian American Resource Workshop
Date Issued
1987-10
Type
Text
Description
This report, prepared by the Asian American Resource Workshop's Civil Rights Project, provides an in-depth analysis of anti-Asian violence in Boston during the mid-1980s. It documents the experiences of Asian American community members, explores the root causes and social dynamics of this violence, and suggests strategies for community response and empowerment. Notably, the report highlights the significant role of the Asian American Resource Workshop in community mobilization and advocacy for civil rights, serving as an important historical document on Asian American activism and social justice efforts in Boston.
Language
eng
Subject
Hate crimes
Asian Americans Civil Rights
Asian American Social Justice Movements
Violence
Activism
Place
Revere
Temporal Coverage
1986-08-01-1987-06-30
Identifier
aamab_f23_019
Rights
SafetyNet case files are restricted for 75 years, unless researchers have written permission from the Asian American Resource Workshop. The remainder of the collection is unrestricted. Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the University Archivist.
Rights Holder
Northeastern University Archives and Special Collections