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Study reveals Indian Americans experience racism right from preschool

The conclusions of the study were drawn based on interviews with second generation Indian American teenagers.

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Young Indian-Americans, who form a part of the more than 3.5 million South Asians living in the US, often experience racial and ethnic discrimination as early as at preschool stage, which affects the formation of their identities, anew study found.

‌‌According to research by Texas A&M University School of Public Health, second-generation Indian-American adolescents are "especially exposed to discrimination as they explore and create their identities."

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