Asian Americans

‘I Was Trying to Figure out Who I Was’

Clip | 3m 10s Video has closed captioning.

Laureen Chew grew up the sheltered daughter of immigrant parents in San Francisco’s Chinatown. But when she enrolled at San Francisco State College in 1968, it was a stunning awakening. The campus was afire with new ideas and a growing movement for ethnic studies and educational equity.

Aired: 04/21/20

Rating: NR

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PBS and WETA Announce ASIAN AMERICANS

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PBS and WETA Announce ASIAN AMERICANS

“As America’s home for documentaries, PBS is committed to telling stories that illuminate and celebrate the rich diversity of our country,” said Paula Kerger, PBS President and CEO. “We are proud to share this important series with our audiences, and to deepen understanding about the extraordinary impact of...

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