Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Many Asian Americans are as segregated by neighborhood as Latinos

The Los Angeles Times has an article highlighting how a lot of Asians in the United States, including many Korean-Americans, continue to live in segregated neighborhoods. Rather than discrimination, however, the flourishing of these neighborhoods — have you been to a Koreatown lately? — is what keeps people coming and staying.

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3 comments:

  1. War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery, Diversity is Strength

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  2. Well, white people are also highly segregated in Los Angeles too. You got your hipsters in Echo Park and Silverlake, gays in West Hollywood, entertainment industry wannabes in South Hollywood, Jews in Hancock Park, etc.

    What's the LAT yapping about again? It is so incredibly out of touch. That's why it's readership declines every freakin' year.

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  3. Well, white people are also highly segregated in Los Angeles too. You got your hipsters in Echo Park and Silverlake, gays in West Hollywood, entertainment industry wannabes in South Hollywood, Jews in Hancock Park, etc.

    What's the LAT yapping about again? It is so incredibly out of touch. That's why it's readership declines every freakin' year.

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