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APALC Demographics Research Director to present data at Census Bureau forum

Daniel Kikuo Ichinose, APALC’s Demographic Research Project Director, will take part in a presentation at a forum hosted by the U.S. Census Bureau and Asian American Justice Center on recent demographics of Asian American communities in the United States.

The forum, which will take place on Wednesday, May 2, 2012 from noon to 2:30 p.m. EDT, will cover the statistics of the American Community Survey and the 2010 Census.

Those who cannot attend the forum can watch it online. The conference will be streamed live on the Census Bureau’s Ustream channel: Viewers will be able to submit questions via the U.S. Census Bureau's Facebook and Twitter (#ProfileAmerica).

APALC was the principal researcher and co-author of the Advancing Justice national demographic report A Community of Contrasts: Asian Americans in the Untied States: 2011. To read the report, click here. (Note: You must register as a user to download the report.)

Ichinose is the Director of the Demographic Research Project at APALC, which seeks to make data on Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders (NHPIs) more accessible through research, technical assistance, and training. He also oversees APALC’s Census Information Center (CIC) and is lead researcher on several projects, including ongoing studies of Asian American political participation and language and limited-English proficiency in California legislative districts and Los Angeles County.

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