June 28, 2017 -
With the 2020 count approaching, concerns are mounting that budget cuts and turnover at the U.S. Census Bureau could lead to missing significant numbers of historically undercounted residents — many in disadvantaged Southern communities that depend on accurate numbers to apportion political power and fund services.
October 14, 2016 -
All year, reports have said voters from Latino, Asian American and other immigrant communities have been galvanized to stand against the anti-immigrant rhetoric that has dominated the 2016 election. But the critical question as Election Day approaches is: will they vote?
July 15, 2016 -
In different ways, members of the South's small but fast-growing Asian-American community are demonstrating unity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
March 9, 2016 -
New research spotlights the growth and diversity of the state's Asian-American population and its untapped voting potential.