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This detailed volume of Asian American history is a colorful testimony from each writer who writes from the vantage point as an active participant in the life of the church, an observer-eyewitness, or investigative journalist. The authors depict the rise of the Asian churches and their struggles against alll odds to forge a new church in the new world. This struggle often took place in a hostile environment within the United States. It was not so much a struggle against physical forces that could be vanquished, but agains thte subtle and malignant forces of racism, discrimination, and bigotry.
History of Asian Americans and United Methodism from writers who struggled against racism, discrimination, and bigotry.