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September 19, 1988 | ARTHUR HU, Arthur Hu, an independent researcher and writer, is currently a software research and development group leader in Cambridge, Mass. and
Back in the 1960s, when America seemed to be just black and white, we all knew what a minority was. But in the '80s people really aren't sure of what to make of Asian-Americans. Asians are clearly a "racial" minority. But today in affirmative-action and social programs, the qualifying categories are often "under-represented minorities" and "non-Asians," generally leaving Asians out of the picture.
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March 16, 2005 | Michael Finnegan, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles County residents are sharply divided by race and ethnicity in their perceptions of schools, traffic, crime and other matters affecting their quality of life, a new poll has found. The survey by the Public Policy Institute of California also found broad pessimism -- regardless of race and ethnicity -- about the prospects for improvement. A striking one-third of residents surveyed said they expect to leave the county within five years.
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November 28, 1993 | LEE ROMNEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Sophie Wong won a seat on the Alhambra Unified School District in 1990, she boosted the number of Chinese Americans serving on San Gabriel Valley school boards to three--a meager count considering the expanding Asian population in the region. On Nov. 2, that number jumped to eight. With those victories, confidence is growing within the region's Chinese American community that it is making major strides toward acceptance in mainstream politics.
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