The Vincent Chin case serves as a wakeup call to address anti-Asian bias and racial intolerance.
Too often, attention to nonwhite groups is only as pressing as the injuries that they have suffered.
Excerpt Asian Americans are the forgotten minority in the glass ceiling conversation.
Key moments in American history have played a role in shaping how the country view Asians in America.
Politicians pumped up the image of Asian Americans as a way to shift the blame for black poverty.
For decades, Asian Americans have been the invisible minority.
The abuse of our elders should never be tolerated. The fate of each minority depends upon the extend of justice given to all groups.
Why is it so difficult for many in the US to see people of Asian ancestry as Americans?
A diverse and growing population.
The common perception of Asian Americans as the “model minority,” excelling and assimilating, has led many people to not viewthem as marginalized at all.