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Learning from an Unimportant Minority

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Race is all around us as one of the main structures of capitalist society Yet how we talk about it and even how we think about it is tightly policed Everyth.

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3 thoughts on “Learning from an Unimportant Minority

  1. says:

    Easily digestible this slim book presents a transcript from a conference talk J Sakai presented on the intersection of capitalism and race in America While I do wish that this book was research heavy and included citations I do find the history Sakai provides signifiant for anyone unfamiliar or vaguely familiar with the discrimination Japanese people have experienced in the United States Sakai's book deserves parallels to likes

  2. says:

    I found this little book to be really illuminatingI read it really uick and now i've picked it back up to reread It's a transcribed talk So it's not organized like a normal book or essay It's stories about US history and stories about Sakai's life interwoven to try to illustrate the way race works in America He does this by specifically explaining the different and evolving ways Japanese Americans have been racialized according to the wh

  3. says:

    Great book

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