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Tag: Asian Americans

Experts Call for Increased Asian American Studies to Counter Ignorance and...

When Ryan Fukumori, PhD, was a student 20 years ago at Berkley High School in California, he didn’t know that taking a class on...

Report Reveals College Equity Gaps Among California’s Asian American and Pacific...

A new report released this week by the nonprofit Campaign for College Opportunity found disparities in graduation and community college transfer rates between Asian...

INSIGHT Hosts Webinar on Combatting AAPI Racism in Higher Education

  INSIGHT Into Diversity recently hosted a webinar focused on the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community across higher education. The webinar, Combatting Asian American Pacific Islander...

Nearly 80 Percent of Asian Americans Report Facing Discrimination

A newly released survey found that nearly 80 percent of Asian Americans say they do not feel respected and are discriminated against in the...

Remembering Executive Order 9066 and the Injustices Committed Against Japanese Americans

On February 19, 1942, President Franklin Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, which forcibly displaced more than 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry into internment camps...

COVID-19, Racialized Disease, and the Yellow Peril

Accused of carrying the coronavirus, a Chinese American high school student in California was beaten so badly by peers that he needed to be...

Multicultural Fraternities, Sororities Offer Communities of Support for Students Traditionally Excluded...

Beginning in the early 1980s, as U.S. college enrollment became increasingly diverse, a series of new and independent Greek fraternal organizations began to pop...

Understanding History to Lead, Manage, and Engage Asian Americans

Another year, another commemoration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. But why is it important to celebrate the history of diverse communities in the...