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Shaping the Mainstream As An Asian American Woman: Politics Within Politics


Abstract This commentary illustrates how women of color, including Asian Americans, are rarely associated with having an active role in American politics. Based upon my experiences as the communications director for a state legislative race in Virginia, I shed light on hidden stereotypes associated with the intersection of gender, race, and nationality that emerge within political […]

Gender, Race and Identity

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