Census Finds Dramatic Differences Among Asian Americans

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A recent U.S. Census Bureau report shows dramatic socio-economic differences among Asian American groups. NPR's Tony Cox discusses some of the census report findings with Kimiko Kelly, a research analyst with the Asian Pacific American Legal Center, and Terry Ao, a staff attorney for the National Asian Pacific American Legal Consortium.

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