“We need to make sure that our community is educated so that they know what their rights are” – John C. Yang
“I’ve heard from so many individuals who are afraid of pursuing a career in science or academia because they fear being falsely accused of spying and being racially profiled simply because they are Chinese” – Congresswoman Judy Chu
We need to educate the public to have the policymakers know that we are talking about fundamental research, not sensitive or classified research” – Xiaoxing Xi
Between 2000 and 2019, Asian population in the U.S. grew 81%, from roughly 10.5 million to a record 18.9 million.
20 million people of Asian ancestry now live in the U.S.
1990 Institute Beyond the Conversation Webinar on May 27, 2021.
Asian Americans have contributed to many different disciplines in the US.
Deeply rooted tensions between Black and Asian American communities have existed for years, yet are rarely talked about.
From disease cures to influential tech to workers’ rights, Asian American innovators have made huge impacts on people’s lives.
Image of the hard-working Asian became an extremely convenient way to deny the demands of African Americans