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Stop the Alt-Left from discriminating against Asian American students!
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Congratulations to New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio for being named to the Hall of Shame.
The socialist wants to discriminate against Asian Americans in favor of blacks and hispanics.
6/15/18 The Federalist: “De Blasio: Kick Asian-Americans Out Of Selective Schools To Give Unearned Preferences To Blacks, Hispanics”
6/14/18 Lubbock Avalanche-Journal: “Malkin: Asian-Americans show why the left’s diversity agenda fails”
6/13/18 New York Post: “De Blasio’s ‘desegregation’ plan is an insult to Asian-Americans”
6/11/18 National Review: “De Blasio’s Plan to Destroy New York’s Best Schools”
6/11/18 Wall Street Journal: “An Asian-American Awakening: A racial minority fights discrimination from elite schools and universities”
6/10/18 City & State New York: “The way to diversify specialized high schools is to open more of them”
6/10/18 The Villager: “‘Keep the test!’ Asian-Americans slam mayor’s plan on elite schools”
6/9/18 Fox News: “Plan to diversify elite NYC schools draws fire from Asians”
6/8/18 CNS News: “Patrick Buchanan: Is Mayor de Blasio an Anti-Asian Bigot?”
6/7/18 New York Post: “De Blasio’s plan to ban high school admissions tests put on hold”
6/7/18 New York Daily News: “State Assembly puts off action on de Blasio’s desegregation plan for elite NYC high schools”
6/6/18 New York Post: “Grace Meng slams de Blasio’s plan to scrap admissions testing”
6/6/18 The College Fix: “Asian groups worry about ‘bias’ in NYC’s school diversity efforts”
6/5/18 DYSKE: “Let’s Not Be Fooled by De Blasio’s “Solution” to Diversity Problem in Elite NYC High Schools”
6/5/18 New York Daily News: “Chancellor Carranza to desegregation plan foes: You don’t own these classrooms”
6/5/18 The Gothamist: “Asian-American Groups Protest Plan To Diversify Specialized High Schools”
6/4/18 CBS New York: “Mayor De Blasio’s Plan For Elite New York City High Schools Met With Anger By Many; Alumni, Parents Prepared To Fight Back, While Asian Students Wonder Aloud Why They Are Being Left Out”
Mayor De Blasio’s Plan For Elite New York City High Schools Met With Anger By Many
6/4/18 Spectrum News NY1: “Parents, alumni slam proposal to change admissions for NYC specialized high schools”
6/3/18 New York Post: “De Blasio’s plan to destroy New York’s top high schools”
Bigots for the Left discriminate against Asian Americans
Did you receive a college reject letter?
Are you Asian American?
Did the college accept a non-Asian American student with lower test scores and grades than yours?
Don’t get mad, get even.
Contact Students for Fair Admissions, headed by attorney Edward Blum. If you are selected as one of the plaintiffs, it will cover all expenses.
Also contact the Asian American Coalition for Education for help filing a civil rights complaint against the college.
If you file a civil rights complaint, you will need the names of the non-Asian American students, their test scores and grade point averages and some indication they are lower than yours (e.g. class rank, honors, etc.).
Stop paying Bigots for the Left to discriminate against Asian Americans. Stop donating to universities. Universities run by Bigots for the Left discriminate against Asian American applicants and employees. (See http://www.asianam.org/statistics%20reverse.htm) Which engineering and medical schools have Asian American deans?
On average, 17.6% of students at the 25 most selective colleges are Asian American. Colleges 2018. Asian American enrollment at these colleges is below 17.6%. Are you a chump? Stop donating to them.
U.S. Military Academy 6%
U.S. Naval Academy 7%
Claremont McKenna 10%
Juilliard School 14% (Dropped from 30% in 1993 to 14% in 2018)
Cooper Union 17% (2017 info, did not submit info for 2018)
[Here are the schools which deserve your donations:
Johns Hopkins 24
Univ. of Pennsylvania 21
Harvey Mudd 19
of Chicago 18
For statistics on colleges from previous years, see Colleges.