Washington, DC is the nation’s capital most known nationally for its museum and monuments. It is also home to nearly 30,000 Asian Americans. According to the 2013 Census, 18.6% of the population in Washington, DC is living below the poverty line. Asian Americans make up 4.6% of the DC population with 15% living below the poverty line. In 2013, 20% of Asians in DC were Limited English Proficient (LEP) and 62% were foreign born. Based on the 2013-2014 school profiles, both Bancroft and Thomson are Title I schools with 71% and 99% of youth on free and reduced meal plans, respectively; 7% of youth at Bancroft are Asian American and 19% at Thomson, where Asian American youth make up the second largest ethnic group.
|Wednesdays||MLK Jr. Memorial Library||4:30-6:30pm|
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