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Between the Data: The Unseen Stories of Asian Americans | Pew Research Center

April 29 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

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Reports of hate crimes and violence against Asian Americans have made headlines across the United States in the past year, prompting calls to increase the community’s visibility to combat negative stereotypes and misconceptions.

But large data gaps exist about Asians and their experiences in America. Why are those stories missing? And what can the research community do to bring them to light?

Join The Pew Research Center and a panel of distinguished experts for a look at recent research on Asian Americans as they explore how to close those data gaps and how better data can serve policymakers, the press, and advocates.

Speakers:

Neil G. Ruiz, Associate Director, Race and Ethnicity Research, Pew Research Center
Lorna Randlett, Founder and Co-Chair of Leaders Forum
Naomi Tacuyan Underwood, Executive Director, Asian American Journalists Association
Patricia Eng, President and CEO, Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy
Russell Jeung, Co-Founder, Stop AAPI Hate, Professor of Asian American Studies, San Francisco State University
 

Moderator: Janelle Wong, Professor of Government and Politics, American Studies, and Asian American Studies, University of Maryland

To learn more about Pew Research Center’s work on Asian Americans, please visit the Center’s website.

If you have any questions or need help registering, please contact Becky Anderson at rbarat@pewtrusts.org.

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Date:
April 29
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT