Pacific Citizen, Vol. 71, No. 12 (September 18, 1970)

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Selected article titles: "Asian workers charge racial slur in hiring" (p. 1), "Charge job bias at Fisherman's Wharf" (p. 1), "Third World solidarity still a myth, Furutani tells reporter at Atlanta" (p. 1), "Buddhist chanting ruled 'disturbing'" (p. 1), "Title II repeal hearings end" (p. 1), "Oriental picket surprise officials at Shell Oil office" (p. 1), "Dynamics of Asian American Studies" (p. 2), "Fisherman Wharf restaurants accused of discriminatory hiring practices" (p. 3).

September 18, 1970



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