Asian Enclaves
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Welcome to Episode 52 of the Asian American History 101 podcast! There is a long history of Ethnic Enclaves across America. However, even though European immigrants formed their own Ethnic Enclaves, they often moved out faster or were accepted more quickly into the mainstream U.S. society. But Asian Ethnic Enclaves are notable because they stand out as more “exotic” or different, and because they have been centers of support to more recent Asian immigrants. We also take time to reminisce on our memories of visiting different Ethnic Enclaves. We close the episode with another episode of Giving the Karate Chop to Stereotypes where we dispute the idea that Asian men are asexual wimps. To learn more, please visit our site at https://asianamericanhistory101.libsyn.com or https://linktr.ee/AAHistory101 for social media. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, email us at info@1882media.com.

Segments

  • 00:26 Our Memories of Chinatown, Little Tokyo, Little Saigon, Little India, and More
  • 06:00 Cities Apologizing for Burning Down Their Chinatown
  • 08:40 Ethnic Enclaves
  • 20:49 Karate Chop to Stereotypes: Asian Men are Asexual Wimps
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