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Civil rights lawyer Karin Wang on Trump crackdown

Asian-Americans have an 'important role' to play in resisting targeting of immigrants

HIROYUKI NISHIMURA, Nikkei staff writer | North America

How is the Asian-American community reacting to President Donald Trump's immigration and border-control policy, and what are their challenges? The Nikkei Asian Review spoke to Karin Wang, vice president of Asian Americans Advancing Justice -- Los Angeles, the nation's largest legal and civil rights organization for Asian-Americans.

Q: Muslim and Hispanic people garner much attention when it comes to debate on immigrants. What have you been hearing from the Asian-American community?

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