Free & Fair Harvard? Why is important to YOU!
Why is important to YOU! Because Equality and Justice should and MUST be for ALL!
Urging all Harvard/Radcliffe Alumni to join Asian Americans (AsAm) and others to take the battle for race-neutral admissions right up to Harvard’s doorsteps.
Reason? To nominate 5 candidates to run for 5 seats on Harvard’s Board of Overseers. Their platform will be “Free Harvard, Fair Harvard.”
URGENT! We need 200 physical signatures from Harvard/Radcliffe Alumni by Jan/31/2016
Why “Fair Harvard”?
Take one look at the following diagram, based on federally-reported statistics, and you will know that Ivy League schools have been limiting Asian Americans (AsAm) admits. The population of Asian, age 18-21 has doubled, when the population attending Harvard has drop by about 50%. In comparison, at meritocratic Caltech, its Asian enrollment has followed the population increase in AsAm youth.
Take one look at the diagram below and you’ll know that the time has come for Harvard to exempt tuition. At Harvard, the revenue generated is negligible compared to the investment income of the endowment.
What YOU & Harvard/Radcliffe Graduates Can Do
If you are an H/R alumni (of the college or any of the graduate schools) or you can guarantee 100% to get such signatures, please contact ASAP the 80-20 representative firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, and postal address, so as to receive a FedEx packet of 5 nomination forms which all need to be signed and returned by prepaid FedEx.
At the heart of this endeavor are several long time advocates who “have written or testified extensively against race-based admissions”:
- Ron Unz, co-founder of Wall Street Analytics is leading this campaign. He penned these articles (1) and (2)
- Stephen Hsu, physics professor and MSU research vice president, authored (1) and (2)
- Stuart Taylor, Jr., prominent journalist and author who covered the Supreme Court for NYTimes
- Lee C. Cheng, chief legal officer of Newegg and co-founder of As-Am Legal Foundation, which filed amicus brief in the Supreme Court against racial preference schemes that harm AsAms
- Ralph Nader, political activist for consumer protection and 5 time candidate for President of the United States
New York Times Chimed In
Read this front page NYT article (1/14): “Some Would Level the Playing Field: Free Harvard Degrees“