In the report, Hidden in Plain Site: Asian American Leaders in Silicon Valley, the authors looked at the 2013 EEOC data and found huge disparities in race and gender. The analysis was made possible by increased transparency by tech companies in disclosing previously confidential data. The EEOC data released by five large Silicon Valley companies (Google, […]
Compared to other ethnic groups, AAPIs (Asian American & Pacific Islanders) as a whole are generally seen as more economically secure. They have higher average household incomes and are major consumers and users of financial products and services. One factor may have to do with the often larger and often multi-generational households. However, a new report […]
The model minority myth fails to capture many of the realities faced by Asian American males today says AAPIP report.
Fidelity Charitable Trust reported a 17% growth in its donor-advised funds over the last four years. As one of the largest DAF managers in the country, its findings may be indicative of larger trends.
A new study on Bay Area Muslims reveals the social needs and philanthropic potential of the community.
The unique qualities of second-generation Americans will “have a significant impact on the nation’s economy and politics for decades to come,” says new Pew Research Center study.
Briefings will be held in San Francisco and Los Angeles on Monday, Feb 4 and in San Jose on Tuesday, Feb 5. Media, ethnic media, Asian American and other community organizations are invited to attend.
The Pew Center’s new report on Asian Americans is welcomed, but the community is not as one-dimensional as the report makes it out to be.