Asian Americans endure long fight against history of exclusion in the US

More than half a million people from Asia began arriving at Angel Island in 1910.

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16 thoughts on “Asian Americans endure long fight against history of exclusion in the US

  1. The internment camps were a shameful episode in America history. I hope we never forget the war hysteria and racism that allowed it to happen.

  2. Most Asian are too busy working and taking care of their family to care about this crap. The only thing they need to worry about are certain group of people who are known to rob and assault them.

  3. Unless you are white or appear to be White, you ll never be consider as real American. Peoples will always ask you where are you really come from?
    Fact

  4. So now white people are racists to the Asians to huh? You need to shut up and be glad the white people built this country because it's alot better then the countries built by blacks or Asians.

  5. That you for telling Americans, it was the racist democrats who put Japanese Americans into concentration camps.

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