October 9, 2009
Written by C.N.
You might be interested to read the following posts from Octobers of years past:
- 2008: Racists Who Support Obama
Analyzing why a large percentage of American voters who hold racist views of minorities nonetheless support Obama.
- 2007: Tila Tequila and Her Reality TV Show
The latest high-profile Asian American media personality, Tila Tequila, gets her own reality TV show.
- 2006: Experiencing Race in the U.S.
A new study looks at political opinions among communities of color and finds notable differences across social class lines for some, but not all groups.
- 2005: Asian American Students are the Least Religious
New data points out that Asian American college students are the least religious among the major racial/ethnic groups.
- 2004: Affirmative Action: Beginning of the End?
Recent political and educational trends suggest that the use of affirmative action programs is declining, although the need for such programs is still open to debate.
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