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NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 19, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Mike Taibbi) Pew Research study findings that Asian immigrants have surpassed Hispanics as the fastest growing racial group in the US examined; graph shown; statistics cited; details given about the impact of deportations and tougher border enforcement on the drop in Hispanic arrivals. [Perfect Student Service Austin WAN‡- comments on Chinese students coming to US schools.] [Korean American Coalition Grace YOO†- says there will be more attention paid to Asian Americans.] [MAN – says it’s the best educated and highest income race group in the country.] [Recruiter Bill IMADA†- says the Asian American population has grown by double digits in 48 states.] [Koreatown developer Robert AHN‡- says the goal would be to see Asian Americans playing a larger role in mainstream society.]

Reporter(s):
Williams, Brian;
Taibbi, Mike
Duration:
00:02:20

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