Public services and programs not considering the specific needs of Asian Americans, such as meaningful language access or failing to provide outreach and communication to Asian American communities, is anti-Asian.
Some Asian Americans have internalized racism by privileging lighter skin.
Across the five participating school divisions, 30 percent of high school students are economically disadvantaged, compared to 1.9 percent at TJ.
Black and Latino youth make up 11.6% and 27% of all public high school students compared to 1.7% and 2.7%, respectively, at TJ.
Asian American communities are not harmed by efforts to address institutional barriers to high-quality education for non-Asian American communities.