Edward Blum on Asian Americans’ Lawsuits against Harvard University & University of North Carolina

By | April 6, 2022

Educational Seminar (in Orlando & Online): Saturday, 4/16/2022

Mr. Edward Blum on Asian Americans’ Lawsuits against Harvard University & University of North Carolina

Since 2014, Mr. Blum has been leading Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA), suing Harvard University and University of North Carolina on behalf of Asian American children. He has raised millions of funds, hired top lawyers of our nation, and revealed many facts on Harvard & UNC’s Anti-Asian Discrimination:

• Harvard consistently gives Asian American applicants the lowest Personal Rating.
• Harvard’s race-based admission standards: With similar credential 25% chance for Asians, 35% for whites, 75% for Hispanics, 95% for Blacks.
• UNC’s race-based admissions standard: With similar credential 25% chance for an in-state Asian male, 63% for Hispanics, 88% for blacks.
• Harvard & UNC admission models are used by most colleges nationwide

Today, with overwhelming support from Asian communities, public opinions and great leadership by Mr. Blum, SFFA’s lawsuits have reached the U.S. Supreme Court, which could totally ban the anti-Asian discrimination in college admissions.
In this seminar, Mr. Blum will review the key facts on anti-Asian discrimination by American elite colleges, the lawsuits against Harvard & UNC, prospects of US Supreme Court Ruling, and how Asian Americans can help.

Hosts: Asian American Coalition for Education (AACE)
Greater Orlando Chinese Professionals Association (OCPA)
Time: Saturday, April 16, 2022, 2:00-4:00 PM
Location: Fairfield Inn Orlando Airport,
7100 Augusta National Drive, Orlando, FL 32822
Online Access: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83612377520?pwd=RmcxcFpPS2Y3UGhBV1FQbTlEUUlDUT09
Meeting ID: 836 1237 7520 Passcode: 555
One tap mobile +13126266799,,83612377520#,,,,*555#

Youtube linkhttps://youtu.be/lEoQoRkMxME

RSVP: Info@AsianAmericanForEducation.org (please specify online or in person)

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