Yuji Ichioka

Yuji Ichioka (, June 23, 1936 – September 1, 2002) was an American historian and civil rights activist best known for his work in ethnic studies, particularly Asian American Studies and for being a leader in the Asian American movement. An adjunct professor at UCLA, he and Emma Gee coined the term "Asian American" in 1968 during the founding of the Asian American Political Alliance, to help unify different Asian ethnic groups (e.g. Japanese Americans, Chinese Americans, Filipino Americans, etc.), and was considered the preeminent scholar of Japanese American history. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Before internment : essays in prewar Japanese American history / by Ichioka, Yuji

    Published 2006
    Book
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    The Issei : the world of the first generation Japanese immigrants, 1885-1924 / by Ichioka, Yuji

    Published 1988
    Book
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    A Buried past : an annotated bibliography of the Japanese American Research Project Collection /

    Published 1974
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    Views from within : the Japanese American evacuation and resettlement study /

    Published 1989
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    Views from within : the Japanese American evacuation and resettlement study /

    Published 1989
    Other Authors: “…Ichioka, Yuji…”
    Book
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    A Buried past II : the sequel to the annotated bibliography of the Japanese American Research Project Collection /

    Published 1999
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    Book
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