How Income Inequality Became A Big Issue Among Asian Americans
The Asian American Pacific Islander population is extremely diverse, culturally and economically. According to a recent analysis by the Pew Research Center, Asian household incomes range from $44,400 to $120,000. Subgroups at the low end aren’t represented by the median data. Here’s a closer look at the growing income gap among Asian Americans, how it started and what’s next.
0:00 -- Introduction
1:30:13 -- Immigration
3:56:03 -- Barriers
6:26:14 -- Aggregated data
8:55:10 -- What’s next?
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How Income Inequality Became A Big Issue Among Asian AmericansSat May 22 2021 | 16:00:15 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)