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Some Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander families face unique barriers to accessing charitable food programs.
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Recent federal efforts to disaggregate Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander data have led to a better understanding of inequities, but data gaps persist.
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By 2060, the AAPI population is expected to surpass 38 million. Before then, policymakers and researchers need to better understand the disparities among this diverse community if they want to eliminate barriers to accessing homeownership.
Addressing anti-Asian violence should not be seen only as individual incidents but understood as representative of an ongoing effort to dismantle longstanding structural racism.
Three farmers work together in a greenhouse on the Hmong American Farmers Association farm. Photo by Caroline Yang for the Urban Institute.
The Hmong American Farmers Association is helping farmers access land, training, and stable income—and get food to community members who need it most.