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Scope and Contents Chinatown News was Vancouver's first Chinese News magazine published in English for the Chinese Canadian community. The entire Chinatown News series was published from its establishment in 1948 to 1996. The bulk of the collection consists of 796 paper magazines published between 1954 and 1992.
Scope and Contents There are 194 newspapers in total but only 143 issues (there are 2 copies of many issues.) Each issue contains cultural, political, economic, and educational news relating to the Asian American communities. Sections also include District News, National News, Perspectives on Employment, Legal Matters, and Political Decisions, and an Arts Roundup for the fortnight. Several issues also contain an employment supplement to aid the community on that front.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of newsletters, reports, journals, and books. Many of the newsletters are addressed to a Mr. and Mrs. Huey, presumably the donor's parents. All of the items are dated from the 1970s-early 1980s except for one report, which is from 1990. The newsletters are all from the Organization of Chinese-Americans, Inc. The reports are from the US Commission on Civil Rights and the US General Accounting Office. The journals include copies of "Bridge" Magazine, "Civil Rights...
- Subject: Civil rights. X