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Domestic & Family Violence Dynamics in Asian and Pacific Islander Homes (2018)

Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence (2018)

This report points out that domestic violence is a universal problem, but its cultural expressions differ. Drawing attention to such differences can serve to confirm stereotypes because nuanced complexities are hard to convey, but advocacy that is not rooted in cultural contexts is even more problematic. 

State of AAPIs: Health (2014)

Center for American Progress and AAPI Data (2014)

This research brief examines progress in health care coverage among AAPIs through 2014, and persistent disparities in language access and health conditions.

Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders in College (2011)

CARE Report on AAPIs (2011)

In this report, we focus most intently on the relevance of the AAPI population to the national college completion agenda, which is undeniably significant for today’s higher education reform effort.

Facts & Stats Report: Domestic Violence in Asian & Pacific Islander Homes (2015)

Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence (2015)

19.6% of Asian or Pacific Islander women reported experiencing rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime whereas 46.0% of American Indians or Alaska Native women, 43.7% of Black women, 37.1% of Hispanic women, and 34.6% of White women did.

State of AAPIs: Language Diversity and English Proficiency (2014)

Center for American Progress and AAPI Data (2014)

Among NHPI groups, linguistic isolation is highest among Micronesians (27 percent for those who are not Guamanian/Chomorro) and household linguistic isolation is lowest among the Native Hawaiian population.