These factsheets provide a detailed look at 10 groups of Asian Americans by national origin, including data on educational attainment, income and poverty, civic participation, language diversity, immigration and nativity, labor-force participation, and access to health insurance.
2020 Census Information Sheet: How Survivors Can Safely Participate and Implications for AANHPI Survivors and Communities
Q&A Factsheet on why participation in the census is important, and how survivors of domestic violence, including AANHPI survivors, can participate while maintaining safety and confidentiality.
A Report on the State of Asian Americans in New Jersey
Published by Jersey Promise
At over 10% of the state population, Asian Americans are the fastest growing racial group in New Jersey. This report tells the story of this diverse, heterogeneous community through an in-depth analysis of Family and Social Issues, Public Education, Economic Opportunity, Health Care, Immigration and Justice, and Civic Participation.
Asian and Pacific Islander Identities and Diversity
Brief demographic and identity information on Asian and Pacific Islander communities in the US, including origins, population data and English speaking ability
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault in the Pacific Islander Community, 2017
Erin Thomas, Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project (DVRP)
An overview of the geographical, historical, ethno-linguistic, and cultural diversity of Pacific Islander communities; historical trauma; and GBV trends.
Census Data & API Identities
Information on Asians and Pacific Islanders in the U.S. including demographics, identities, immigration, and spoken language data.
State of Asians Americans and Pacific Islanders Series: A Multifaceted Portrait of a Growing Population, 2014
By the Center for American Progress & AAPI Data
A series of reports providing insight and analysis along issue areas including: demographics, public opinion, immigration, education, language access and use, civic and political participation, income and poverty, labor market, consumer market and entrepreneurship, civil rights, health care, and health outcomes.
By Center for American Progress