The 2000 U.S. Census estimates that nearly 1,077,000 Koreans live in the United States and are the fifth largest Asian American ethnic group (U.S. Census Bureau, 2001).
According to Census 2000, there were 140,652 people in the United States who indicated they were Native Hawaiian (one race alone), but 401,162 people who are Native Hawaiians alone or in combination with other races (US Census Bureau, 2000).
The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that in 2000 more than 169,000 Hmong lived in the United States, comprising 1.7% of the total API population (US Census Bureau, 2000).
The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that in 2000 nearly 172,000 Cambodians lived in the U.S. (U.S. Census Bureau, 2000).
On August 29, 2006, the Census Bureau released its annual estimates of income, poverty and health insurance. What follows are summaries of the two surveys used for the estimates.
The purpose of the series is to summarize published research findings of disparities in the health and healthcare of the selected group. The data presented is meant for community health advocates, grant writers, evaluators and students as a tool to raise awareness, guide program development and spark future research for the well-being of Asian American…
Between March and June 2005, a total of five focus groups were conducted in Southern and Northern California. The focus groups were conducted with Chamorro, Samoan, and Tongan cancer survivors and/or patients.