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Ying Ma
Research associate, Council on Foreign Relations

The very rawest racial conflicts in present-day America donít even fit into the tidy mold of white-majority-oppressing-colored-minority that activists constantly promote. Though civil rights groups and most of the media studiously ignore this fact, the nationís most fractious racial battles are now conflicts between minority populations. Particularly horrific is the animosity directed at Asian Americans by blacks in low-income areas of urban America.

Nov. 01, 1998 - from "Black Racism: The hate that dare not speak its name", published in The American Enterprise