Race and ethnicity in the United States Census

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Politics

77% of the Growing Asian-American Community voted for Obama in 2012 Elections!

An interesting and one-of-a-kind study [http://aaldef.org/press-releases/press-release/new-findings-asian-american-vote-in-2012-varied-widely-by-ethnic-group-and-geographic-location.html] done on the involvement of the Asian-Americans in the elections throws up some interesting insights.  The study was done by Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF).  It did a nonpartisan multilingual exit poll of 9,096

06 Feb 13 3 min read
United States of America

The Immigrant Advantage: What Rest of America can learn from the fresh Immigrants’ cultures for Longer and Happier lives

US is an immigrant nation.  Although lately there has been xenophobia towards Hispanics specifically from the religious and political right.  Here is an interesting conversation which takes a peek into the lives of immigrants and see what can be learnt from these cultures. Journalist Claudia Kolker has written a book

03 Jan 13 6 min read
United States of America

US will be a nation of minorities by 2024

America is changing.  And it was obvious in this year’s election as the African [http://www.biography.com/people/groups/activists/african-american/] American and Hispanic [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Race_and_ethnicity_in_the_United_States_Census] vote beat the majority of White vote (70% of it) to

12 Dec 12 2 min read

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