We, the undersigned 52 Asian American and allied organizations, write to you with a sense of urgency and a shared commitment to safeguarding the principles of justice, equality, and privacy in our nation.
The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to make a decision on affirmative action in college admissions later this month, and with a conservative supermajority, things may seem bleak. Education should allow students to follow their dreams, celebrate their identities, and reach their full potential. Sign the petition to call on our college and universities to affirm this promise.
COJ54 Host and Emcee Jeff Chang. Photo Credit: Bob Hsiang
COJ54 Artist in Residence Leland Wong. Photo Credit: Bob Hsiang
COJ54 Honoree, African Advocacy Network, Adoubou Traore. Photo Credit: Bob Hsiang
COJ54 Honoree, Sarah Wan, Community Youth Center of San…
What will the Supreme Court affirmative action cases mean for diversity and representation?
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Bigotry and intolerance continue to be on the rise across the country. Of great alarm is not only extremist rhetoric rooted in white supremacy, but legislative proposals to ban gender-affirming care, erase African American history, and demonize all concerns related to or associated with China and Chinese people.
While much of the country is rightfully preoccupied with Florida’s efforts to eliminate African American history from schools, a quieter but equally dangerous racist development is happening in Texas and beyond.
The proposal SB 147 prohibits all citizens of China, Iran, North Korea, and Russia from purchasing real estate solely on the basis of nationality and immigration status. SB 147 is a racist bill, serves no national security purpose, and dehumanizes entire communities for political purposes.