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Ethnic Studies

Welcome to the Ethnic Studies Guide. You can use the left navigation links to learn about the various types of resources are available to Stan State students and faculty. According to the Warrior Cross Cultural Center and experts in the dicipline, "Ethnic

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Exploring Diversity: Resources around the web

How the City’s Chinatown, Japantown, and Little Manila Were Razed in the Name of “Progress”

What happened to Stockton’s first Asian enclaves?

In the 20th century, downtown Stockton established itself as a cultural and commercial hub for Chinese, Japanese, and Filipino communities in California’s San Joaquin Valley. But, over decades, misguided and racially biased projects deliberately destroyed this ethnically diverse and inclusive urban core. (Click on link above to read or listen to the essay. 

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