Orange County Report: AAPI are a lot more complicated than a simple stereotype
- January 28, 2018
- Collaborative study featured by AsAmNews, Jansa. 28, 2018
“Despite these numbers and the rapid growth of the AA&NHPI population, there is little
research available that describes the distinct cultures and histories across ethnic
groups, their social, political, and economic contributions to the county, or the
needs of a population whose majority is immigrants and refugees,” said Dr. Linda Trinh
Vo, study co-author and UC Irvine School of Humanities professor of Asian American
For the full story, please visit https://asamnews.com/2018/01/27/orange-county-report-aapi-are-a-lot-more-complicated-than-a-simple-stereotype/.
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