Unruly Chinese Women: Disrupting Racial Narratives

Crystal Kwok

At 18, Pearl Lum ran away from home in 1930s Augusta, Georgia and from the confining, gendered traditions of her strict Chinese immigrant family. Decades later, her granddaughter’s investigation of family history uncovers a little-known and sordid history of Chinese and African-American relations in the segregated South.

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