Against Abercrombie: the Asian American Anti-Racist Movement
The 24th broadcast of The Chutney Bubble Tea Half Hour takes a critical look at the political response of Asian Americans to a series of racist T-shirts produced by popular outfitter Abercrombie & Fitch. Joined by Rice University student activist Stephen Chao, organizer of a Houston storefront protest, the show discusses the widespread and local fights against A&F as well as the meaning of anti-racism in Asian American politics of the time.
Date: April 29, 2002
Source: The Chutney Bubble Tea Half Hour
Creator: Zafar Shah
Contributor: Tan Doan, Stephen Ken-Wei Chao
Location: Austin, TX
Item History: 2012-07-16 (created); 2013-05-04 (modified)
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