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Asian American Coalition Rejects OCR’s Report on Princeton University’s Alleged Discrimination against Asian Americans

For Immediate Release September 28, 2015 Short Hills, New Jersey: Asian American Coalition for Education (AACE) has issued a letter ( Attached ) to Ms. Catherine Lhamon, Assistant Secretary of the Office for Civil Rights (OCR), U.S. Department of Education, rejecting the conclusion in OCR’s September 9, 2015 letter to Princeton University relative to alleged discrimination against Asian… Read More »

Unfairly Rejected by Ivy Leagues, Asian-American Student Filed Complaint with Office for Civil Rights, Department of Education

click here For Immediate Release September 22, 2015 Short Hills, New Jersey: Asian American Coalition for Education (AACE) has issued a letter ( Attached ) to Ms. Catherine Lhamon, Assistant Secretary of the Office for Civil Rights (OCR), U.S. Department of Education. The letter requests her office to launch an immediate investigation into a recent complaint filed by an Asian… Read More »

100+ Asian American Organizations Urge Supreme Court to Ban Racial Discrimination in College Admissions

buy viagra without a doctor prescription For Immediate Release 100+ Asian American Organizations Urge Supreme Court to Ban Racial Discrimination in College Admissions September 10, 2015—Short Hills, New Jersey: The Asian American Coalition for Education (“AACE”), representing 117 Chinese, Indian, Pakistani, Korean, Vietnamese and other Asian American community and education organizations, and the Asian American Legal Foundation (“AALF”) jointly filed an amicus brief with… Read More »

Fisher II Amicus

This is the full text of Fisher II Amicus Brief submitted to the Supreme Court of the United States by Asian American Coalition for Education and Asian American Legal Foundation on September 10th, 2015: Fisher_II_Amicus

Complaint against Harvard University

Asian-American Coalition for Education (AACE)’s journey started in later 2014 when its founders decided to unite Asian-American communities to speak out against Ivy Leagues Universities’ discriminatory college admission practices against Asian-American children. In December 2014, they decided to unite Asian-American organizations to file a civil rights violation complaint against Harvard University. Within three months, the team drafted the… Read More »