From the Council on Social Work Education:
“In this issue of the Educator|Resource we bring you selections from the Diversity Center Library of highly acclaimed contemporary literature by and about Asian and Asian American authors. The books represent nearly a quarter of the 51 countries and territories of Asia, earth’s largest and most populous continent. Intersectionality, coming of age, the precariousness of forced displacement, and layered cultural identity are some of the themes explored in the books in this collection. To add a personal perspective, we asked social work students and others of Asian ancestry to share a favorite book by an Asian or Asian American author. Below are their recommendations.”
See specific book recommendations at this link.