Allicyn Chiyeko Levi
Vol. 6, No. 24, Dec. 20, 1985
Looking like a wet and frightened cat, the bent little lady, shabbily attired in a sack dress and oversized shoes, slowly pulls her cart of personal...
Shayna Ann Akiko Coleon
Vol. 24, No. 6, March 21, 2003
My friend, who looks like my sister but had always referred to herself as Japanese, giggled. “I’m kinda hapa,” she said. “I’m half-Okinawan, half-Japanese. And...
Vol. 13, No. 13, July 3, 1992
The recent outburst of violence across our nation generated by the Rodney King verdict disturbed me greatly. What I saw on television, especially the looting and crime...
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