AHANA Acronym Now as Relevant as Ever

The acronym “AHANA,” which is used to represent people of African-American, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American descent, was coined in 1979 by two Boston College students, Alfred Feliciano, BC ’81, and Valerie Lewis, BC ’79. These students wanted to find an alternative to the term “minority,” and 32 years later, it is still a term in use at many universities.

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