Asian American love

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A US citizen or resident of Asian ancestry.

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Examples

  • An overarching theme for the plans is to embrace and address the diversity of the Asian community, providing services targeting specific groups within the some 307 million Americans that are known as Asian American or Pacific Islander.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Shinagawa, the Maryland professor, predicts there will be an even greater increase in Asian American candidates in another 10 years -- when younger Asian Americans become eligible to vote and more Asian immigrants become naturalized U.S. citizens.

    USATODAY.com News

  • The authors 'premise is that there are critical pieces of history and context for what is now referred to as the Asian American Movement that are often hidden beneath the more common accounts of identity formation and struggle for "equality" that take up much of the space in Asian American studies circles.

    down on the brown side.

  • The authors 'premise is that there are critical pieces of history and context for what is now referred to as the Asian American Movement that are often hidden beneath the more common accounts of identity formation and struggle for "equality" that take up much of the space in Asian American studies circles.

    down on the brown side.

  • As a magazine, we aspire to build bridges within and beyond the Asian American community by provoking thought, upending assumptions, and inspiring action We'd like our magazine to serve as a bridge between the diverse populations included in the term "Asian American" and also Asian America and the rest of the world.

    Hyphen Blog

  • A younger Asian American man who lives in a large Northeastern city.

    American Grace

  • I wouldn't define these films as simply Asian American films.

    George Heymont: Asian American Cinema Gets An Exciting New Home

  • This is also a really exciting time for Asian American cinema because there is a critical mass of creativity and daring emerging among these filmmakers.

    George Heymont: Asian American Cinema Gets An Exciting New Home

  • While Yang's selections will explore a wide range of topics and experiences that exemplify the diversity of the Asian American community, he stresses that: At its core, Asian American cinema is independent, a cinema that is built from the ground up and not afraid to push buttons.

    George Heymont: Asian American Cinema Gets An Exciting New Home

  • There are so many incredible films made by Asian American filmmakers.

    George Heymont: Asian American Cinema Gets An Exciting New Home

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  • the term Asian American did not even exist until the late 1960s, when Chinese, Japanese, and Filipino activists coined the identity as an ideological strategy to advocate for their civil rights.
    Anthony Christian Ocampo, The Latinos of Asia: How Filipino Americans Break the Rules of Race (Stanford, CA: Stanford Univ. Press, 2016), ch. 1.

    July 2, 2016