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Directory of Asian American Youth Programs in the Twin Cities.

Asian American Renaissance.

Asian Americans are the fastest growing population in Minnesota, and nearly half are under age eighteen. This 1997 directory is designed to assist youth and parents in identifying organizations that have programs targeting Asian American youths. It presents detailed information on forty-eight prevention, intervention, and recreational programs sponsored by nonprofit organizaitions and mutual assistance groups in the Twin Cities area that are by, for, and about Asian Americans. Indexes to the ethnic groups represented and to the type of programs available are also included.

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CURA 97-4. A joint publication of the Asian American Renaissance, St. Paul, Minnesota, and the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota.
Sponsored by the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs through a Commuiniversity Personnel Grant and the SELF Program of Ramsey County Social Services.
61 pp.
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