Amerasia Journal 1.3 (1971)
- "The Ghetto of the Mind: Notes on the Historical Psychology of Chinese America" by Ben R. Tong
- "Koreans in America, 1903-1945" by Linda Shin. Republished in Roots: An Asian American Reader
- "The Chinatown Sweatshops: Oppression and an Alternative" by Dean Lan
- "An Interview with Dr. S.I. Hayakawa, President, San Francisco State College. S.I. Hayakawa was President of San Francisco State during the momentous Third World Liberation Front strike. Hayakawa, a Nissei Japanese-American himself (and old enough to remember the internment experience), opposed the strikes and the advent of ethnic studies. His views and actions were ferociously criticized by Gidra; there is also an interview with him in Roots: An Asian American Reader. This interview might be understood as friendly in the sense that the editorial staff gives Hayakawa an opportunity to express his views and describe his personal background.
- Book Review of Asian Women, Published by students at UC-Berkeley, 1971. Review by Lowell Chun-Hoon. A sympathetic review of an independent, student-produced anthology published at Berkeley (not an official UC Press publication).