Who decides our racial categorizations?My family emigrated from Japan during the 19th Century. For much of my childhood, whenever we were asked to identify our race on official forms, we had the choice of being “White,” “Black” or “Other.” Guess which we checked?Soon after the Chicago’s Asian American Bar Association (AABA) formed in 1987, 1st District …
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