Up Against Whitness- Race, School, and Immigrant Youth

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Creators & Publishers
Publisher
Teachers College Press
Metadata
ISBN
080774574
Collection
Regular item
Year
2005
Description

Pushing the boundaries of Asian American educational discourse, this book explores the way a group of first and second generation Hmong students created their identities as "new American" in response to their school experiences. Offering an opportunity to rethink the "norm," this important volume pays particular attention to how race, class, and gender informed their experiences.