A new study released by the Pew Research Center has found Asian Americans with some college education are the most likely to marry someone from another race.
The results quantify what many in the community know about mixed marriages.
Among all ethnic groups, Asian Americans are the most likely to … Read more
By Ed Diokno
PSST! Don’t tell anyone, but the number of Asian Americans will surpass African Americans by the middle of this century.
Measuring multi-racial identity is harder than it may seem, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center.
Pew broke it down and found depending on how you asked greatly influenced the final outcome.
Method 1 is known as the standard two-question measure. Anyone who listed more than one or more race is … Read more
“The Asians are coming, the Asians are coming.”
Paul Revere must have been turning over in his grave last week after an underlying tone of some articles about a population shift in this country that seemed to be warning of … Read more
A new study from the Pew Research Center finds Asians will become the largest immigrant group in the country by 2055.
The report projects Asians will make up 36% of all immigrants compared to 34 percent for Hispanics. That trend will continue into … Read more
A wide ranging study by the Pew Research Center found multiracial Asians are more likely to identify as White.
That’s just one of the findings which also revealed that multiracial Americans are growing at a rate three times faster than the general population. Since 2000, when the U.S.Census starting allowing respondents to check more … Read more
A breakdown by the Pew Research Center finds most of the 5.8 million undocumented immigrants who won’t benefit from Obama’s immigration reform are unmarried and relative newcomers, reports KPCC (graphic from Pew Research Center).
Pew found most also don’t have US-born children and are likely not to come from Mexico.
Undocumented immigrants in California … Read more
Historian, civil rights activist and scholar Yuji Ichioka coined the term Asian American in the 1960s to unify the diverse Asian American groups, according to Wikipedia. It became a self-identifying label in the Asian American movement and replaced the term Oriental which many Asian Americans associated with the stereotypes others placed on them.
Yet … Read more
There’s been a lot of talk lately about Asian Americans being a growing political force, especially after a loud segment of the Chinese American community stopped SCA5. That bill was aimed at bringing back affirmative action to college admissions in California.
But none of that “power” or influence will mean a thing if they don’t … Read more
A new poll from the Pew Research Center has found Asian Americans are evenly split about their opinions on the effectiveness of the US immigration system.(photos by City of Salisbury)
45% says the system works pretty well and requires only minor changes. 47% says the system needs to be completely rebuilt.
An … Read more