Naturalized Citizens Make Up Record One-in-Ten U.S. Eligible Voters in 2020

By May 1

Pew Research Center 2/26/20

“Since 2000, size of immigrant electorate nearly doubled to 23.2 million.”

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How San Francisco’s Chinatown Got Ahead of the Coronavirus

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The New York Times, 4/17/20

“Despite being a densely populated neighborhood full of vulnerable people, Chinatown was well prepared.”

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Leader Forum New York featured an intimate discussion with Media Matters’ president Angelo Carusone. Here he explains how Facebook inadvertently became the “engine” of the fake news ecosystem

By February 25

Media Matter, 1/3/18

“One was that 25 percent of Americans consumed Facebook in the last — fake news in the last six week of the election. So one out of every four Americans were consuming fake news.”

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A New Study Shows Asian-American Law School Enrollment Has Dropped More Than 40 Percent

By August 16

Yahoo News, 7/26/17

“It does mean that the growth of Asian-Americans going into the profession is going to be slower … so this is worrisome.” -Justice Goodwin Liu

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Preaching the Gospel of Diversity, but Not Following It

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The New York Times, 12/17/16

Out of the 20-plus reporters who covered the presidential campaign for The New York Times, there were no Latinos or Asians and merely 2 were black. In the Sports department, there is only one Asian man, two Hispanics and no African-Americans among its 21 reporters. Also in the Styles section, every single writer is white.

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Categorized in: Race and Civil Rights

Airbnb host hit with a $5,000 fine for canceling on this Asian guest over her race

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Business Insider, 7/14/2017

In February, Airbnb host Tim Barker canceled on Dyne Suh, who drove through a snowstorm to get to his cabin in Big Bear, California. Baker said, “I wouldn’t rent to you if you were the last person on earth. One word says it all. Asian.”

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Law schools have Asian American students, so why aren’t there more Asian Judges?

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The Washington Post, 07/18/17

A study done by Yale states that Asian Americans are overrepresented in law schools and firms but fall behind other racial groups when it comes to attaining leadership roles in the legal profession.

“Asian American growth in the legal profession has been impressive but penetration into leadership ranks has been slow,” -Justice Goodwin Liu

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Categorized in: Education