Communication among Cultures: Asian-American Discrimination Still Very Much Evident
“U.S. Study Says Asian-Americans Face Widespread Discrimination”
New York Times, February 29, 1992
Racism is an ever-debatable subject in any U.S. state primarily because of various racism ethnicities, and cultures that assimilate in the American soil. It has been in existence since the history of humankind. With widespread belief that individuals from certain races are better than other individuals due to differences in skin color, ethnicity, traditions, religious affiliations, and language, among others, this has paved the way for rampant discrimination against races living in America, such as Asians. Despite Asian immigration that begun in the 1800s that also resulted to intermarriages among Asians and Continue reading...