Straw Hats, Sandals, and Steel: The Chinese in Washington State by Lorraine Barker Hildebrand was one of several books included in the Ethnic History Series commissioned by the Washington State Historical Society (in cooperation with the Center for Northwest Folklore) in 1977. [...]
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The trees want to remain quiet, but the wind will not stop. (In spite of a wish for peace, trouble is brewing). — Chinese proverb Trouble is indeed brewing in Washington Territory, 1885. “The Wind Will Not Stop” is a middle grade [...]
Thank you for your purchase! Please keep your receipt, you can pick up the t-shirt on the day of the event or you can pick up the t-shirt any day after you make the payment at 224 Puyallup Ave, Tacoma WA 98421 [...]
Online Event | Wednesday, April 27th 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Join sister and brother Merilee and Greg Tanbara, film editor Kevin Gibson and host Greg Youtz as they discuss the making of a short film on Merilee's research into her own [...]
Please join us on March 23rd from 6:30pm to 7:30pm for the book launch presentation for the republication of Lorraine Hildebrand's 1977 book, Straw Hats, Sandals and Steel. Members of the Board of the Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation and Tacoma Historical Society [...]
The latest issue of Arches, an alumni magazine published by the University of Puget Sound, features an exploration of the 1885 Chinese Expulsion in Tacoma. UPS professors and students "explore the anti-Chinese violence of late-1800s Tacoma—and its legacy today." Tacoma had fewer [...]
Thank you for your support! The Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation encourages donation at all levels. Please choose the amount that is right for your budget and support us today! The CRPF is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, tax ID 91-1647325.
The Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation encourages donation at all levels. Please choose the amount that is right for your budget and support us today! The CRPF is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, tax ID 91-1647325.
Recognizing the intersections of racial and gender biases against Asian American women, this symposium aims to share stories of challenges and triumphs in the lives of three accomplished Asian American women leaders, and engage our students and the community in a discussion about workplace [...]
On October 11, 2021, an apparent arsonist set fire to The Islamic Center of Tacoma in University Place. The Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation (CRPF) wishes to voice support for the Islamic community which has been shaken by this event. CRPF condemns in [...]