Asian-Americans, who make up the fastest-growing minority in the nation, face widespread discrimination in the workplace and are often victims of racially motivated harassment and violence, the United States Commission on Civil Rights said in a report made public yesterday. The commission concluded that Asian-Americans, who doubled in number over the last decade to about 7. And, the commission concluded, immigrants who speak little or no English are frequently denied equal access to a decent education and the voting booth and are treated unfairly by the police and the courts. The report, "Civil Rights Issues Facing Asian-Americans in the 's," portrays an America that often stereotypes Asian-Americans as the "model minority," while neglecting the problems of poorer, less successful immigrants from Asia.
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Asian Americans Then and Now | Asia Society
College admissions is a notoriously emotional subject for Asian Americans. In a country that rarely affords immigrant parents the capability of granting their children cultural capital, economic privilege, or historical pride due to consistent emasculation, erasure, and exoticization, many parents attempt to position their children into American society through education—a tangible accomplishment. Still, the Asian Tax is as quantifiable as the wage gap; holistic approaches are opaque. However, the conflation of Asian American perspectives on college admissions and white perceptions of discrimination is fallacious. The Times, by attempting to group these two concepts together, demonstrates ignorance regarding the troubled history of Asian American achievement in the United States. In recent years, many Asian ethnoburbs have experienced white flight as a result of student achievement, such as in Johns Creek, Ga. Anjali Enjeti, who penned an essay on the neighborhood, had white neighbors who cited a racial motivation for their movement.
The ‘Whitening’ of Asian Americans
As part of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's EEOC year-long 50th anniversary celebration, the agency has released American Experiences versus American Expectations , a report that illustrates the significant changes to the demographics of the American workforce since EEOC opened its doors in The report, which also highlights continuing challenges in our workforce demographics, uses EEO-1 data to track employment participation from to for several demographic groups, including Asian-Americans. Beginning in , all employers with or more employees lower thresholds apply to federal contractors have been required by law to file an Employer Information Report EEO-1 with EEOC. American Experiences versus American Expectations reveals several noteworthy trends concerning Asian-American experiences in the workforce:.
But when it came to his university application he faced a serious disappointment for the first time in his glittering career. He was rejected by six of the seven Ivy League colleges to which he applied. Then I decided to turn that anger to productive use. Was it based on race, or what was it based on? So he complained to the Department of Education.