How should Asian Americans respond to rising anti-Asian racist actions? History may offer some lessons during the pandemic.
Fear of COVID-19 has sparked some to react with violent racism towards Asian Americans and Canadians. This is not the first time fear of disease has led to outbreaks of violent anti-Asian racism.
Researchers have found a way to encourage cervical cancer screenings and vaccinations in Korean American women. Might their findings also work in other underrepresented populations?
Overt racism is easy to spot. But more subtle forms based on false narratives can be equally dehumanizing – and it's no joke.
Marginalized groups said that they had experienced discrimination at the workplace, at the doctor and with the police.
For children born in the shadows of overseas US military bases to local women, their citizenship status has long been contested.
The South is changing, with more Asian and Latino immigrants moving in and diversifying a region that was once black and white. Stacey Abrams knows that Democrats can win these rural voters.
Test prep is a prominent feature in Asian-American communities, which helps explain recent gains that Asian-Americans made in the SAT and ACT college entrance exams, a higher education scholar argues.
A researcher set out to interview Asian-Americans on the front lines of the debate about race-conscious affirmative action in higher education. What she found is that the policy is poorly understood.
Sandra Oh's recent Emmy nomination for 'Killing Eve' is a sign of appreciation of her work but also a symbol of hope for the author as a former actor and as an academic.
Asian-Americans are extremely diverse. Fear of giving the government personal data may make it more difficult to provide the right educational, health care and other services to specific populations.
Scholars argue that the complaint of bias against Harvard reflects a flawed understanding of affirmative action policies.
Asian Americans are the wealthiest, best-educated and fastest-growing segment of voters in the US. They are also increasingly voting Democratic.
Childhood poverty is growing among some groups of Asian Americans.
Asian-American kids are often viewed as high-achieving and smart. Does such a stereotype contribute to their academic success?
Not all Asian-Americans are high-achieving model minorities. What happens when the myth of Asian disadvantage hurts some of the most marginalized students in the US?
A new study has found that second-generation immigrant kids have a unique advantage over first-generation or even third-generation immigrants.