Now on-line:YELLOW SEEDS papers (AsAm anti-imperialist org/1970s/Philly)
Good afternoon and I hope you're well. I wanted to put on your radar that you can now find copies of the Yellow Seeds newspaper on-line. As many of you know, Yellow Seeds was an Asian American anti-imperialist organization focused on the Asian American community and Chinatown neighborhood in Philadelphia during the 1970s.
From the organization's description:
Yellow Seeds aligns itself with the liberation struggles of all people all over the world against all forms of imperialism and colonialism. Here in America we actively participate in the struggle of the people against attacks on the livelihood of workers, against racism, against sexism and all other forms of exploitation. We recognize that Asian Americans are a part of this broad struggle against a common enemy and part of a movement to build a society free of exploitation for all people.
They published a newspaper of the same name from 1972-1977 in English and Chinese; editions from 1972-1975 are available on line in pdf format and downloadable for free at:
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