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ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN
HISTORICAL TIMELINE OVERVIEW (2000 - 2005)

Our victories, obstacles and leaders


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2000
  • 2000 - Norman Bay - Wen Ho Lee Prosecutor
  • 2000 - Norman Mineta - 1st APA Cabinet Member
  • 2000 - Dr. Wen Ho Lee is Free
  • 2000 - Troubles at AOnline
  • 2000 - US Census Bureau Expresses Its Regrets
  • 2000 - Asian American Increased % in Top U.C. Campuses
  • 2000 - Appeal Court Limit Immigrant Detainment
  • 2000 - Normal Trade Relations with China
  • 2000 - Jong Lee - Hate Crime Victim
  • 2000 - Hate Crimes in Pittsburgh
  • 2000 - 80-20 Supports Gore & Democratic Party
  • 2000 - Asian American WWII Heroes Honored - Finally
  • 2000 - List of Honored Asian American WWII Heroes
  • 2000 - Dong Kingman Dies
  • 2000 - Ellery Chun (Aloha Shirt Creator) Dies
  • 2000 - 1st Asian American "Ms. California"  
  • 2000 - Sen. Underwood Urges Wen Ho Lee Investigation
  • 2000 - 1st Korean Christianity University Program
  • 2000 - 1st Asian Brothel in Las Vegas
  • 2000 - Syngman Rhee - Presb. Church's 1st AA Moderator
  • 2000 - SBA Outreach to Asian Communities
  • 2000 - National Japanese American Memorial
  • 2000 - National Japanese American Memorial Opens
  • 2000 - AA Racism in Politics
  • 2000 - Kozmo.Com's Joseph Park Steps Down
  • 2000 - Denny's Lawsuit Dismissed
  • 2000 - USS Chung Hoon
  • 2000 - Yougsu "Rocky" Kim is Killed
  • 2000 - Filipino War Veterans Benefits
  • 2000 - APA Politicians in the 107th Congress

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2001

  • 2001 - Takuji Yamashita Admitted to the Bar (after 100 years)
  • 2001 - Racist Cartoon
  • 2001 - Racist Graffiti
  • 2001 - Anti-Asian Backlash
  • 2001 - Vietnamese Lawyer Association if Formed
  • 2001 - General Public's Negative Percepetions of Asians
  • 2001 - Maya Lin Honored
  • 2001 - 1st Korean American Mayor - Harry Kim
  • 2001 - 1st AA on San Francisco's Bench
  • 2001 - National Memorial for Japanese Americans
  • 2001 - Arcadia's 1st AA School Board Members
  • 2001 - Lack of Political Clout in New York
  • 2001 - Chinese Political Clout
  • 2001 - Ethnic Stereotypes in the Print Media
  • 2001 - Fallout from the "Spy Plane Incident"
  • 2001 - MTV Honored
  • 2001 - Ted Fang is Fired from S.F. Examiner
  • 2001 - Peter Nguyen is Fired from SAG's Diversity Dept.
  • 2001 - Wellesley Colege Sit-In
  • 2001 - China Releases Spy Plane
  • 2001 - Chinese in New Orleans
  • 2001 - Still No APA's in the Media
  • 2001 - Remapping Gives Asians a Greater Voice
  • 2001 - Rep. David Wu Denied Entrance
  • 2001 - Bush Renews Executive Order 13125
  • 2001 - Last Rural Chinatown Saved
  • 2001 - Bill Moyer's Chinese American Documentary
  • 2001 - APAICS 2001 Board Members
  • 2001 - Great Asian American Universities
  • 2001 - Laotian American Man Murdered in Hate Crime
  • 2001 - United Way's 1st APA Major Fund-Raising Head
  • 2001 - Sarah Silverman's Infamous "C..K" Joke
  • 2001 - Filipino American Hate Crime
  • 2001 - Japanese American Memorial Opens
  • 2001 - Puff Daddy Apologizes to Asian Communities
  • 2001 - Inouye Introduce JLA Redress Bill
  • 2001 - Boston's Largest Asian Church
  • 2001 - ABA 2001 Board Members
  • 2001 - Bush Appoints 12 APA Appointees
  • 2001 - Debra Yang - 1st U.S. Attorney in California
  • 2001 - Racial Profiling in Seattle
  • 2001 - Hate Crime in Southern California
  • 2001 - Farewell to Manzanar is Re-released
  • 2001 - Chinese American Railroad Workers Honored
  • 2001 - Filipino American Churches
  • 2001 - 13 New Members of Whiate House Initiative on APIA
  • 2001 - Relief to New York's Chinatown
  • 2001 - Justice Dept. Releases Wen Ho Lee Documents
  • 2001 - Prenatal Care Among Asian American Women
  • 2001 - Norman Mineta Airport
  • 2001 - OCA & Cathay Bank's "911" Relief Fund
  • 2001 - AsiaWeek is Shut Down
  • 2001 - Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian Wins Freedom Prize
  • 2001 - World Trade Center is Destroyed

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2002

  • 2002 - Hyung Joon Kim
  • 2002 - 1st APA Pick-Up from Sundance
  • 2002 - "A" Magazine Demise
  • 2002 - Click2Asia Folds
  • 2002 - Deadly Spike in Asian American Hate Crimes
  • 2002 - Manazanaar Building To Be a Visitor Center
  • 2002 - New INS Changes and Requirements
  • 2002 - Film Compser Tak Shindo Dies
  • 2002 - Benjamin Lum Dies
  • 2002 - Samuel Mok - 1st APA "CFO" of Cabinet Dept.
  • 2002 - Scott Sassa Leaves NBC
  • 2002 - Michelle Kwan & Disney Hook-Up
  • 2002 - Seattle Times Apologies for Michelle Kwan Slur
  • 2002 - Betty Muramoto Dies
  • 2002 - Term "Oriental" Outlawed in Washington State
  • 2002 - Gene Kan Dies
  • 2002 - APA Politicians of July 2002
  • 2002 - Korean American's 100th Anniversary
  • 2002 - Yuji Ichioki Dies
  • 2002 - NYC Chinatown After 9/11
  • 2002 - Accent Discrimination Case Dismissed
  • 2002 - Patsy Mink Dies
  • 2002 - Pataki Honors Asian Pacific Americans

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2003

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  • 2003 - R.I.P. - Douglas Fang (Publisher)
  • 2003 - R.I.P. - Noel Toy (Dancer at "Forbidden City")
  • 2003 - President Bush's APA Proclamation
  • 2003 - Mike Honda - DNC Deputy Chair
  • 2003 - R.I.P. - Katherine Cheung (WWII Aviator Pioneer)
  • 2003 - David Henry Hwang's Tribute to APA's Affected by 9/11
  • 2003 - R.I.P. - Anita Mui (Hong Kong Superstar)
  • 2003 - Marker Honoring Asian American Civil War Soldiers
  • 2003 - R.I.P. - Madame Chiang Kai-Shek

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2004

  • 2004 - George Aratani's Gift Adressing Internment Camps
  • 2004 - Southern California Cities with Over 50% Asians
  • 2004 - R.I.P. - Hiram Fong
  • 2004 - Internment Camp Curriculum Challenged at Bainbridge Island Schools' Sakai School
  • 2004 - Fred Korematsu Regarding Internment Camp Challenge
  • 2004 - FIRST FILIPINO BISHOP
  • 2004 - R.I.P.: Jonathan Chao
  • 2004 - White Minority in Orange County
  • 2004 - John Chen Elected to Disney Board
  • 2004 - Wen Ho Lee Wins Against American Press
  • 2004 - R.I.P.: Alfred Song
  • 2004 - Arkansas Honors Internees at Jerome & Rohwer Camps
  • 2004 - $1M Donation to Wing Luke Museum
  • 2004 - R.I.P. - Wah Ming Chang

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