|New York Times
|Brian X. Chen
|Asian Americans have the largest wealth gap, from people that lead American’s most successful companies to those having the highest poverty rates. For decades, policymakers and government leaders have historically treated Asian-Americans as if they were invisible, and Asian Americans had to compile data themselves to prove that they were minorities that suffer from discrimination, regardless of their wealth or social status.
|For decades, Asian Americans have been the invisible minority.
|March 20, 2021