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Case Study 1 Asian in America Kesaya Noda defines herself as racially Japanese by being third-generation Japanese-American alien She told us this in her article Asian in America The part of being racially Japanese Kesaya Noda calls herself Other and alien She told us how not being black or white did not consider her as being a citizen She was Other A third-generation Japanese-American that wore the history on her face Americans had made judgments on her She knew how to use chopsticks and was a danger during the war She felt that she could not belong hear Unable to rent buy or lease land She is racially-Japanese for she serves the Shrine her grandmother belonged with A summer day and celebration It had reminded her when she was in New Hampshire She must protect that shrine A third-generation Japanese-American an alien in the American world chooses on protecting her heritage Kesaya Noda is Japanese-American She had not once been able to say this of herself but one day realized that she was She talked of her ancestors and how they farmed the lands in the desert The crops were lost the first year Her ancestors had frozen bank accounts travel limits of 5 miles and a curfew The police would not help Fore thieves would steal from them But yet the police just worried of the curfew law against Asians They were not treated as Americans were They did live hear though She now feels American Her parents live on the East Coast The neighbors are nice and choose their tree from them at Christmas time Her ancestors still are on the West Coast She heard of the community pulling together for each other when the were in need It seems that race does not matter anymore They are now part of America She once felt as not being an American but now she feels as if she is
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