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Title
Majority Minority Uncared
Creator
Anonymous
Date Created and/or Issued
2016-11-27
Contributing Institution
UC San Diego, Library, Digital Library Development Program
Collection
Tell Us How UC It: Exhibit 2017
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Under copyright
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UC Regents
Description
I am a freshman in Sixth College, majoring in Biochemistry and Cell Biology.
This collage of photos is filled with my friends here at UCSD. I happen to be Asian and they happen to be too, but what you don't see from appearance is that we are ethnically diverse within: Chinese, Vietnamese, Taiwanese, Japanese, Korean. We are all "American," but that can be narrowed down as well: NorCal, SoCal, immigrant, undocumented, citizen. In the end, we are all tritons. This college originally was paired with an assignment for CAT 1, but these priceless photos to me aren't about the how the minorities on campus have become the majority and are diverse. These friendships have established me a home here at UCSD and transition me into an independent life.
Digital Library Development Program, UC San Diego, La Jolla, 92093-0175 (https://lib.ucsd.edu/digital-library)
For the Culture, Art, and Technology (CAT) 1: Migration Narratives in the Sixth College writing program taught by Amanda Solomon in the Fall of 2016, students were asked to think about how they view the current campus climate and respond to the fourth chapter of Angela Kong's dissertation, "Re-examining Diversity Policy at University of California, San Diego: The Racial Politics of Asian Americans" Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of California, San Diego, 2014.
Student Perspectives
Type
image
Format
Photograph
Language
No linguistic content; Not applicable

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