A Community of Contrasts, Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders in the South, 2014
The mission of Asian Americans Advancing Justice is to promote a fair and equitable society for all by working for
civil and human rights and empowering Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and other underserved communities.
Do you have a story to share about why immigrants and refugees matter in your life? As part of Advancing Justice-Atlanta's goal to expand the base of people who support much needed federal immigration law reform and more citizenship options for...
Advancing Justice-LA was proud to assist Shamim and Naznin Sarwar and their daughter Samiha with their naturalization applications earlier this year. The family took their Oath of Allegiance and became citizens on August 27. They will celebrate their first Citizenship Day (Sept. 17) as American citizens. Read the rest here.
Asian American population boom to impact future elections and economy of the South
New report provides insight on 42 ethnic groups living in 16 Southern States and D.C.
New Report Challenges Invisibility of Growing
U.S. Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Population
Latest census data show increasing poverty, educational and health challenges
July 17th 2014
New Report Shows Orange County's Fastest Growing Racial Groups
This report is part of a series based on new data and will be followed by regional reports on Asian American and NHPI communities in the South and the West. Additional reports are also planned, including one focused
September 25, 2013
NEW REPORT SHOWS ASIAN AMERICANCOMMUNITY
REMAINS LOS ANGELES’ FASTEST GROWING
As County’s Total Growth Slows, Increases in Diverse Asian American, Pacific Islander Populations