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This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: CCS 25 - Asian American Experience, History of Strikes 1920 mutual strike by Japanese and Filipino workers, Naturalization Act of 1790 made POC ineligible for citizenship Excluded Asian American workers from "skilled" jobs, Land 1913 Alien Land Law prohibited noncitizens from owning land, Immigration ???? Aspirational Captial, Asian American Experience Cultural Capital, Life at Plantations Bhuddist temples, Creation of China Town ???? A vital large community of cultural significance where many of similar orgin gathered, Enabled workers from different countries to communicate with one another Social Capital, Japanese workers built them at every plantation Held traditional celebrations, 1852 Foreign Miner's Tax. ???? Redistribution of resources along racial lines, creating a racial hierarchy, 1909 strike in Oahu by Japanese plantation laborers for equal wages 7,000 workers came together as a "blood union" under ethnic solidarity, In 1904, Hawaiian Sugar Planters’ Association passed a resolution that “restricted skilled positions to American citizens” (Takaki 239) Naturalization Act of 1790 made POC ineligible for citizenship, Framed their demands using appeals to US ideals Navigational Capital, Asian American Experience Racial Projects, “helped them create a new identity associated with Hawaii” (Takaki 249) Social Capital, Life at Plantations Pidgin English, Components are a result of social skills gained from speaking in multiple languages Linguistic Capital, Cultural Capital Life at Plantations, Japanese newspapers urged workers to come together 8,000 Japanese, Filipino, Spanish, Portuguese, and Chinese workers joined the strike, Had network of support from other islands Honolulu Retail Merchants Association funded the strike, and Japanese Medical Association gave strikers free healthcare