Chinese Exclusion Act Inflection Point 117: The White Devil’s Daughters - Julia Flynn Siler By Lauren Schiller • May 24, 2019 Photo courtesy of Julia Flynn Siler/modified from original In 19th Century San Francisco's Chinatown only 1 in 10 people were women, and most of them were forced into prostitution, trafficked by criminal tongs. Telling the stories of Chinese immigrants detained on Angel Island through dance By Laura Wenus & Renee Kemp • May 1, 2019 Photo by Robbie Sweeny Listen Listening... / 51:56 The 5/1/19 broadcast of Your Call. On this edition of Your Call, we’ll discuss the troubling history of Angel Island’s Immigration Station through the lens of a dance performance dedicated to the 170,000 Chinese immigrants processed there between 1910 and 1940. Your Call: What we can learn from the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882? By Rose Aguilar & Malihe Razazan • Mar 15, 2017 Listen Listening... / 53:31 The new documentary, The Chinese Exclusion Act, examines the 1882 law that was established after decades of anti-immigrant rhetoric and violence against Chinese immigrants.