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4 Asian-American Women Who Changed History
Asian Americans in United States politics - Wikipedia
This page is a list of notable Asian Americans. This section is a list of astronauts of Asian ancestry who are, by birth or naturalization, American citizens. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikimedia list article. See also: List of Asian American writers. See also: Military History of Asian Americans.
Four Asian-American Women You Didn't Learn About in School
When the th Congress convenes on Jan. Three members of the Senate are projected to be Asian-American women, a new high just four years after Sen. Mazie Hirono of Hawaii became the first Asian-American woman ever to be elected to the Senate in Projected to be joining her are Kamala Harris — the current attorney general of California — and Rep. Tammy Duckworth from Illinois, who is projected to defeat incumbent Sen.
An overview essay on Asian Americans, including identity issues perceptions and misperceptions, use of terminology, understanding demographics, and the extreme diversity contained within the term. The growth and diversification of the Asian American population in recent years has been nothing short of phenomenal. Driven by sustained immigration and refugee resettlement during the s and s, Asian Americans have emerged as the nation's fastest growing racial group. Given that the school-age Asian American population doubled in the s and is expected to double again between and , our schools and the larger society must confront some critical questions.