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Pacific Islanders

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  • The Pacific Islanders will be a familiar foe, with the likes of centres Seilala Mapasua and Seru Rabeni, winger Sailosi Tagicakibau and full-back Kameli Ratuvou all stars of the Guinness Premiership.

    Planet Rugby News - Rugby Union News

  • Borthwick said: "The Pacific Islanders are a formidable side and it will be a huge challenge but I am really excited about the opportunity.

    Planet Rugby News - Rugby Union News

  • According to the National Center for Education Statistics, Asians and Pacific Islanders tied with Hispanics for the fastest rates of growth in undergraduate fall enrollment from 1976-2008.

    YouTube video mocking Asians stirs UCLA campus

  • Among those identifying as mixed race, the largest group was a combination of Asian with Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islanders, 5.3% of the state's population.

    More Hawaii residents identify as mixed race

  • In fact, just over three percent of historic properties listed in the National Register of Historic Places - the nation's official list of historic places worthy of preservation - are recognized for their association with the heritage of Latinos, African Americans, Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, and American Indians.

    Sec. Ken Salazar: Uncovering the American Latino Story

  • Or how about the statement from the President's Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, which says in part, The aftereffects of the 9/11 tragedy also saw a rise in hate crimes against American Muslims, Arab Americans, and those perceived to be Arab or Muslim.

    Paul Kleyman: Moments That Frame Our Lives -- 9/11, 11/22, 12/7

  • Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have the highest rate of business ownership among all minorities, and their businesses account for fully half of all minority business employment in the United States.

    Rep. Mike Honda: White House Visit to Silicon Valley Focuses on Minority Business

  • The missing bit of explanation for Army demographics is that Asians and Pacific Islanders, which make up the fastest-growing American demographic, are underrepresented in the Army, as are Hispanics.

    The Truth About Who Fights for Us

  • Here in California, history classes are now required by law to include the contributions to the state and nation that have been made by Native Americans, African Americans, Mexican Americans, Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, European Americans and persons with disabilities.

    History Class Can't Stop Bullies

  • That's despite 2010 census data, which show that the U.S. Hispanic/Latino population now makes up 16.3 percent of the country, while Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders constitute 5 percent and African-Americans 12.6 percent.

    Why Isn't TV More Diverse?

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