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The Racial Triangulation of Asian Americans
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Bitter Fruit: The Politics of Black-Korean Conflict in New York City
An examination of escalating conflicts between Blacks and Koreans in American cities. It focuses on the Flatbush Boycott of 1990, led by Black and Haitian activists against Korean-owned produceExpand
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Dangerous Crossings: Race, Species, and Nature in a Multicultural Age
Part I. Taxonomies of Power: 1. Impassioned disputes 2. Animals, nature, and the races of man Part II. The Battle over Live Animal Markets in San Francisco's Chinatown: 3. The optic of cruelty:Expand
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Imagining race and nation in multiculturalist America
  • C. Kim
  • Sociology
  • 1 November 2004
Post-1965 demographic changes in the United States [US] have brought blacks, Latinos, and Asian Americans into direct conflict, raising the question of how and whether law and public policy shouldExpand
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Interracial Politics: Asian Americans and Other Communities of Color
The Los Angeles rebellion of 1992 was a flashpoint in which the struggles of blacks, Latinos, and Asian Americans converged with explosive consequences. Dubbed the nation's first “multiracial” riot,Expand
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Unyielding Positions
  • C. Kim
  • Sociology
  • 1 September 2004
What are the implications of the social constructionist insight about race for the political struggle against racism? This question has sparked a vigorous cross-disciplinary debate. At issue isExpand
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Stem Cell Mechanosensation on Gelatin Methacryloyl (GelMA) Stiffness Gradient Hydrogels
Stiffness gradient hydrogels are a useful platform for studying mechanical interactions between cells and their surrounding environments. Here, we developed linear stiffness gradient hydrogels byExpand
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As Latino and Asian immigrant populations in the United States continue to grow, controversies are cropping up over immigrant animal practices such as horse tripping in Mexican charreadas (rodeos)Expand
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Managing the Racial Breach: Clinton, Black-White Polarization, and the Race Initiative
  • C. Kim
  • Political Science
  • 1 March 2002
From 1992 to 2000, both Democrats and Republicans frequently charged President Bill Clinton with being "an unprincipled opportunist quick to shed ideas, commitments, and associates when they becomeExpand
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Moral Extensionism or Racist Exploitation? The Use of Holocaust and Slavery Analogies in the Animal Liberation Movement
This article explores the controversies provoked by two recent exhibits in which People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) draws analogies between animal exploitation and the Holocaust andExpand
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