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an American who is of Asian descent

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11, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Asian American Coalition for Education ("AACE"), representing 117 Chinese, Indian, Pakistani, Korean, Vietnamese and other Asian American community and education organizations, and the Asian American Legal Foundation ("AALF") jointly filed an amicus brief with the U.
13 ( ANI ): Asian American voters came out in droves to vote for President Barack Obama over GOP challenger Mitt Romney, a new poll has found.
The data also show that Asian Americans have the highest levels of education as well as per capita income.
s perhaps too easy correlation of the liminal experiences of Asian Americans with the Galilean Jesus.
In late June, the study will survey 2,000 first, second, and third-generation Asian Americans ages 16-59 - comprised of self-identified Chinese, Filipino, Indian, Korean and Vietnamese Americans.
The opening pages of the first chapter (introduction) report on the strong musical participation of Asian Americans and Chinese Americans in a series of cultural events held from 1989 to 1996 in order to illustrate changing demographics throughout the United States.
Secret Identities: The Asian American Superhero Anthology (New Press) delivers.
This is the first addressing Asian American theologies and is necessarily a concise overview.
Launched in 1991, the Asian American Writers' Workshop grew out of the need to provide a safe space for the artistic development of a new generation of writers who shared a common identity yet expressed a diversity of experiences and voices.
They were also interested in representations of Asian Americans in children's television and how Asian Americans can become more influential as viewers trying to impact television programming.
Although Asian American history dates as early as the 1700s with Filipino mariners arriving in what is now known as Louisiana (Takaki, 1990), it was not until Asian Americans began to arrive in the United States in large numbers in the mid-1800s that this group began to attract particular attention both in governmental legislation and media portrayals (Prashad, 2000; Takaki).
The "stereotype of Asian Americans as a 'model minority' does not hold for Asian American adolescents in the area of sexual activity," according to Hyeouk Chris Hahm and coauthors (page 28).
The few differences between these first- and second-generation writers may be attributed less to changes in the demographics and experience of Asian Americans over the past two decades than to shifts in what mainstream American poetry is doing.
Asian Americans are the fastest growing ethnic minorities in the United States.
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