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Juanita Tamayo Lott

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Juanita Tamayo Lott is a retired federal demographer/statistician. Her books include Common Destiny: Filipino American Generations and Filipinos in Washington, D.C. with Rita Cacas.

Made in China examines and exposes transnational systematic exploitation of workers

In Made in China, journalist Amelia Pang captures a three-dimensional view of how people live and work. She weaves a gripping story, well-researched with many moments of drama. At a macro-level, Pang provides a...

‘Our Voices, Our Histories’ is a critical read to understanding the future of Asian...

This anthology, edited by Shirley Hune and Gail M. Nomura, is a timely contribution to acknowledge, understand and document the rich complexities of Asian American and Pacific Islander women in the 21st century. It is...

An examination of Asian and Latinx contemporary literature works to expose central social conflicts...

Collective struggles and sacrifices of people of color and women in the 20th century resulted in the recognition that the United States of America is “We the people, all the people.” This recognition shattered...

Erika Lee demonstrates that xenophobia is an American tradition in its own right, not...

As in her prior books, including The Making of Asian America, 2015, Erika Lee lays out a detailed history of the coming of various peoples to the United States over time and space. America...

Of sequences and seasons: “Grief Sequence” by poet Prageeta Sharma

This slim volume of poetry is a very private reflection of a widow.  Sharma decided to share with the world all the vulnerabilities of those left behind. Grief Sequence reads like a journal but...

Introduce the young people in your life to the legendary Bruce Lee through the...

Especially in Seattle, knowledge and admiration for Bruce Lee abound. He is beyond rock star or super hero dimensions. There are many books on him, most recently one by his daughter, Shannon Lee, called...

Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling: A sociologist dissects Asian Americans’ struggle to rise to the...

Sociology professor Margaret M. Chin adds a new perspective in her new book Stuck: Why Asian Americans Don’t Reach the Top of the Corporate Ladder to the decades-long dilemma of the Bamboo Ceiling. That’s...

Curator Derek Orbiso Dizon features five local Filipinx Americans who celebrate and honor the...

Given the ravages of colonialism and war, coupled with their status as essential workers in service industries, Filipinos are known world-wide as a mobile, diasporic population. In the Philippines, there are two types of...

Finding the Beloved Other in Alex Tizon’s “Invisible People”

Invisible People: Stories of Lives at the Margins is a collection of selected news articles by Alex Tizon, 1994 through 2016. A posthumous book, Invisible People is a labor of love on at least...