Growing up in Utah as an American of Japanese descent, I searched for role models — athletes, movie or television stars, pop singers — who I could identify with and who looked like me and my family.
Paul Watanabe chairs the Political Science Dept. and directs the Institute for Asian American Studies at UMass Boston. He chairs the U.S. Census’ National Advisory Committee and serves on the board of the ACLU of MA.
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In the absence of questions her Native American ancestry, Elizabeth Warren and incumbent Sen. Scott Brown have a fair and orderly discussion of real issues.