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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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How Diversity Punishes Asians, Poor Whites and Lots of Others

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Russell K. Nieli received his Ph.D. in political philosophy from Princeton University and currently works for Princeton’s James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions. He has been a lecturer in Princeton’s Politics Department and for ten years was an academic adviser to Princeton freshmen. This is from Minding the Campus: Reforming Our Universities. Some …

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High-achieving Asian-American students are being shut out of top schools around the country. Is this what diversity looks like now?

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I am posting a series of articles on the issue of Asian Americans who apply to elite private colleges because it seems that there is a “ceiling” on Asian Americans. This article references Professor Mitchell Chang whose op-ed article I posted last week. It’s here. There is argument that Asian Americans are over-represented because with …

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Why You Shouldn’t Identify as Asian When Applying to College UPDATED

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 In October 2006, Inside Higher Ed reported that at the annual meeting of the National Association for College Admission Counseling, admissions officers and high school counselors readily admitted that bias against Asian Americans continues to be a real problem — so much so that some even recommended that Asian Americans should not identify their race in their …

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