16 Asian Am. L.J. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/aslj16 and id is 1 raw text is: ASIAN AMERICAN
LAW JOURNAL

VOL. 16                            2009                            No. 1

EDITOR'S     N OTE ............................................................

Jiny J. Kim

ARTICLES

REFRAMING REDRESS: A SOCIAL HEALING THROUGH JUSTICE
APPROACH TO UNITED STATES-NATIVE HAWAIIAN AND
JAPAN-AINU RECONCILIATION INITIATIVES ........................
How EARL WARREN PREVIEWED TODAY'S CIVIL LIBERTIES
DEBATE -AND GOT IT RIGHT IN THE END ........................
REDEFINING AND RECLAIMING KOREAN ADOPTEE IDENTITY:
GRASSROOTS INTERNET COMMUNITIES AND THE HAGUE
CONVENTION ON PROTECTION OF CHILDREN AND
CO-OPERA TION IN RESPECT OFINTERCOUNTR YADOPTION ........

Eric K. Yamamoto
Ashley Kaiao Obrey
Sandhya Ramadas
Christina Yang

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

INTEREST AND ACTION: FINDINGS FROM A BOSTON-AREA
SURVEY OF CHINESE AND VIETNAMESE AMERICAN ATTITUDES
ON IMMIGRANTS, IMMIGRATION, AND ACTIVISM ..................
JUSTICE FOR FILIPINO VETERANS, AT LONG LAST ......................

Michael Liu
Shauna Lo
Paul Watanabe
Rep. Michael Honda

INTERVIEW

A CONVERSATION ABOUT ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICA
AND PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA:
INTERVIEW  WITH DR. KONRAD NG .................................

Konrad Ng

SPEECH

ASIAN AMERICANS AND THE ROAD TO THE WHITE
HOUSE: MUSINGS ON BEING  INVISIBLE ............................

SYMPOSIUM

JUSTICE RESTORED: THE LEGACY OF KOREMATSUII
AND THE FUTURE OF CIVIL LIBERTIES ..............................

Robert S. Chang
Marilyn Hall Patel
Karen Korematsu
Dale Minami

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY, SCHOOL OF LAW
2009                                       VOL. 16 No. 1

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