September 10, 2009
Written by C.N.
You might be interested to read the following posts from September of years past:
- 2008: What Exactly is a Hate Crime?
How a recent racial attack against an Indian American symbolizes the injustices people of color have experienced through the years.
- 2007: Using Religion to Unite Racial Groups
In times of economic insecurity, demographic change, and political conflict, common religious beliefs might be the social glue that bonds groups from different backgrounds together.
- 2006: Indian Americans: Model Immigrants?
The socioeconomic success of many Indian Americans in recent decades is due to their individual and collective hard work and existing advantages that they brought with them as immigrants.
- 2005: “Anti-Asian” Laws Passed by APA Politicians
Looking at the racial, ethnic, and political complexities of laws and regulations proposed by Asian American politicians that seem to disproportionately hurt other Asian Americans.
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