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Research Guides

Eastern Washington University Libraries

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month: AAPI Month Celebration 2021

The AAPI story, as reflected by the resources in this guide, is still ongoing as current generations seek to learn and build upon a shared history marked by struggle and resilience.

Books from the EWU Library

Streaming Videos available at the EWU Library

To access our streaming video resource, you will need to login with your EWU NetID username and password.

Vincent Who? The Murder of a Chinese-American Man

Breaking Big. Episode 2, Eddie Huang

Long Story Short

Moving Mountains: The Story of The Yiu Mien

A Most Unlikely Hero

Journey of a Paper Son

Transcending: The Wat Misaka Story

Hollywood Chinese

Puhipau at the Yamagata International Film Festival

West Sand: Voices from L.A.

From Bhagat Singh Thind to Miss America: South Asian Immigrant Experiences in the U.S.

Bittersweet Survival; Southeast Asian refugees in America

PBS' Asian Americans Series

Explore the impact of Asian Americans, the fastest-growing population in the United States, on the country's past, present and future, told through individual lives and personal histories.

You can watch the entire 5 episode series for free at Asian Americans, or through the library's steaming videos below (you will need to login with your EWU NetID username and password).

Episode 1. Breaking Ground

Episode 2. A Question of Loyalty

Episode 3. Good Americans

Episode 4. Generation Rising

Episode 5. Breaking Through

Subject Experts

Qing Stellwagen

Librarian for Diversity & Inclusion Studies and Economics  (509) 359-2403

Steven Bingo

Acting University Archivist  (509) 359-2303