Synopses & Reviews
Politics. Asian American studies. Edited by Fred Ho with Carolyn Antonio, Diane Fujino, and Steve Yip, this united front anthology is for all serious radicals. It is the first major work that establishes the radical and revolutionary legacy of the Asian Pacific American Movement in the U.S. from a radical and revolutionary perpective by many of the actual leading participants. It is an antisectarian, antiarmchair, intergenerational, nationwide, panethnic, political, and cultural revolutionary tool.
Legacy to Liberation is a groundbreaking anthology which documents and analyzes three decades of radical and revolutionary movement building in Asian-America from the 60s to the 90s. Penetrating essays are interwoven with archival photos, artwork, poetry, and an appendix of rare manifestos, position papers and other documents, compiled by veteran and younger Asian Pacific American activist-fighters, from across the U.S.