GUESTS: Karen Narasaki Executive Director, National Asian Pacific Legal Consortium Madhulika S. Khandelwal Visiting Professor of Asian-American Studies, Dept. of Ethnic Studies, University of Colorado, Boulder Former Director, Asian American Center of Queens College, City University of New York Asian-Americans make up about four percent of the US population and the numbers keep growing. Often called the "model minority," Asian-Americans are a diverse group with different languages, religions, traditions and values.Although the experience of living as an Asian-American varies, many groups complain of racism, ostracism and discrimination. Ray Suarez and guests discuss the social and cultural obstacles facing Asian-Americans today ... on the next Talk of the Nation, from NPR News.



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