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Asian American Writers’ Workshop Winners, Scholarships for Adopted Korean Kids

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From Marie Myung-Ok Lee, A founder of the Asian American Writers’ Workshop If you’re like most Asian Americans, you grew up in an immigrant family. Your mother and father struggled to make ends meet. They raised you. They relied on you for English. Maybe you were a reader, but it never occurred to you that …

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Casual to Deadly: Anti-Asian American Racism from Racism Review

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“Why are Asian Americans disproportionately targeted for abuse? A harmonic convergence of factors. There’s the perception — and in some cases, the reality — of the “nerd” stereotype. The trinity of social awkwardness, physical frailty and academic overachievement has always served as a magnet for bullies. There’s the rising tide of animosity toward immigrants, particularly …

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The Importance of the Asian-American Vote But Only If We Actually Vote

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This is from Jesse Washington’s blog. How important is the Asian-American vote? Just ask Newt Gingrich. His failing battle plan rested on appealing to Asian-Americans: “Although his presidential campaign has all but imploded, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich has at least one more big plan to boost his chances in the Republican primaries: …

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Asian Americans Hit the Bamboo Ceiling in Corporate America. Here’s Why.

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Thank you to Marc from the Diversity: A World of Change  LinkedIn Group who gave me this video, Asian Americans Hit the Bamboo Ceiling, from BNET, The CBS Interactive Business Network. The primary speaker is Jack Lee, Partner; Minami, Tamaki, LLP; San Francisco. His bio: Mr. Lee received his undergraduate education at the University of California …

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Affirmative Action Hurts Asians and Caucasians: What To Do About It

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   “Espenshade discovered that when comparing applicants with similar grades, scores, athletic qualifications, and family history for seven elite private colleges and universities: whites were three times as likely to get accepted as Asians; Hispanics were twice as likely to win admission as whites, and African-Americans were at least five times as likely to be …

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