• Erik Ma

The LA Times: Elite university credentials does not safeguard Asian-Americans from discrimination

Updated: Oct 26, 2020

The LA Times: Elite university credentials does not safeguard Asian-Americans from discrimination

Jennifer Lee and Karthick Ramakrishnan of the Los Angeles Times has written an excellent piece about how the faith Asian-Americans place in obtaining an elite university’s accreditation may be misplaced. Read the illuminating piece below. about how Asian-Americans are still facing discrimination in the workplace and elsewhere, even with an elite university degree.

Asian Americans think an elite college degree will shelter them from discrimination. It won’t.

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