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Asian American Center for Advancing Justice (2014)

A Community of Contrasts: Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders in the Midwest compiles the latest data on Asian Americans and NHPIs in the South.
Asian American Center for Advancing Justice (2014)

A Community of Contrasts: Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders in the Midwest compiles the latest data on Asian Americans and NHPIs in the West.

Coalition of Communities of Color (2014)

This report builds on the Communities of Color in Multnomah County that provided a comprehensive and comparative study of the inequities facing communities of color, immigrants and refugees.
APALC Report on California (2013) In 2010, almost 1.7 million Asian Americans in California were limited English proficient (LEP), an 11% increase since 2000; over one-third of Asian Americans statewide are LEP.
South Asian American Policy Research Institute (2013)

Building upon SAAPRI’s groundbreaking 2005 demographic report, this new report presents a demographic profile of South Asian Americans in Illinois, utilizing data from the 2010 Census as well as other recent research.
Asian American Center for Advancing Justice (2012)

A Community of Contrasts: Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders in the Midwest compiles the latest data on Asian Americans and NHPIs in the Midwest.
APIA Health Forum (2010)

This report evaluates the health disparities facing Asian Americans and Native Pacific Islanders; it also seeks to uncover the full range of cultural, linguistic, and socioeconomic adversities that contribute to the health issues faced by these populations.
APALC Report on California (2009)

Nearly one in three residents, or nearly 3.5 million persons, were born outside the United States and a majority of Los Angeles County residents speak a language other than English at home: 38% or3.3 million speak Spanish and 11% or 925,000 speak an Asian or Pacific Islander language.
Asian American Center for Advancing Justice (2013)

A Community of Contrasts: Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders in the Midwest compiles the latest data on Asian Americans and NHPIs in California.