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The Case for Requiring Disaggregation of Asian American and Pacific Islander Data - California Law Review
The Case for Requiring Disaggregation of Asian American and Pacific Islander Data - California Law Review
This piece is dedicated in honor of the lives lost in Atlanta, Georgia on March 16th, 2021 due to more senseless anti-Asian violence. All U.S. federal and state entities should disaggregate data on the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. Currently, reports divided by racial categories often conceal the major differences in the AAPI population. […]
·californialawreview.org·
The Case for Requiring Disaggregation of Asian American and Pacific Islander Data - California Law Review
Historic Colorado KKK membership documents, newly published, show
Historic Colorado KKK membership documents, newly published, show
There were about 107,000 white men living in Denver in 1920. Documents suggest close to 30,000 of them were registered members of the Ku Klux Klan.
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Historic Colorado KKK membership documents, newly published, show
Have You Seen Enough to Finally Start Taking Anti-Asian Racism Seriously?
How can Denver recognize its once-thriving Chinatown?
How can Denver recognize its once-thriving Chinatown?
Residents want to provide more accurate context about the city's Asian-American history, which could mean adding historic markers in LoDo, where Denver's Chinatown once flourished.
·denverite.com·
How can Denver recognize its once-thriving Chinatown?