Category Archives: Complaint Against Harvard

Timeline of Asian American Coalition’s Complaint against Harvard

June 28, 2014, Yukong Zhao published the idea of uniting Asian-American communities to oppose Ivy Leagues Universities’ discriminatory college admission practices against Asian-American children in Chinese websites. August 23, 2014, Yukong Zhao initiated Wechat group to support Michael Wang, a brave Chinese American student who filed individual complaint against Ivy League schools. December 6, 2014, Yukong Zhao, Chunyan… Read More »

Our Efforts to Fight against Ivy Leagues Discrimination

Ivy League Universities’ Discriminations against Asian-American Children & Our Efforts to Fight against Them A: Key Facts on Ivy League Universities’ Discrimination against Asian-Americans Many studies have indicated that Ivy League Universities have been engaged in systematic and continuous discrimination against Asian-Americans in college admissions processes, using racial quotas, racially differentiated standard and stereotypes: “Most elite universities have… Read More »

Asian American Coalition Determined to Expand the Complaint against Harvard

For Immediate Release July 7, 2015—Short Hills, New Jersey: We are very disappointed to learn that the Office for Civil Rights (OCR), U.S. Department of Education has recently dismissed our Administrative Complaint against Harvard University filed on May 15, 2015. Even though our Complaint presented overwhelming evidences indicating that Harvard University has been engaged in continuous and systemic… Read More »

Organizing Committee Members for the Complaint against Harvard

The organizing committee of this initiative consists of a group of Asian-American civil rights activists and community leaders. They include: Alex Chen—Former President of The Orange Club, the first grassroots volunteer-based Chinese American Political Action Committee based in Los Angeles, California. Swann Lee—A civil rights activist, and a Chinese-American author, who has published fiction in literary journals such… Read More »