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AACE is a non-political, non-profit, national organization with 501(c)(3) status,  your donation is tax deductible (Our Tax ID 47-4222523).

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Asian American Coalition for Education
P.O. Box 507
Livingston, NJ 07039

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Dear Asian-American parents and other concerned citizens:

To combat Ivy League schools and many other colleges’ illegal discrimination against Asian American children, in May 2015, founders of the Asian American Coalition for Education (AACE) united 64 Asian American organizations and jointly filed a civil rights complaint with the U.S. Government against Harvard University. Today, we have achieved a major milestone: In response to our complaint, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has taken concrete action to investigate Harvard!

DOJ’s investigation of Harvard sends a strong warning to many other colleges. It will force them to refrain their unlawful admissions practices, consequently, significantly increase the admission ratio of American children, just like what happened to Harvard University and Princeton University, after they were suited/complained by Asian American students or organizations.

Constrained by insufficient funding, AACE colleagues have been volunteering their work and made a big difference to Asian American children. Our tireless efforts and impacts have demonstrated that AACE is the proven leader in fighting for Asian-American children’s equal education rights!

In order to permanently eliminate the racial discrimination in college admissions, it is imperative to build AACE as a sufficiently-funded organization to continue and expand our endeavors:

1. Conducting media campaigns and community outreach to increase public awareness;
2. Uniting Asian-American organizations, filing administrative complaints, or taking legal action against universities that discriminate against Asian-American applicants;
3. Encouraging and supporting discriminated-against Asian-American students in filing complaints or taking legal action; and
4. Filing position papers on relevant policy and legal issues.

Please donate to support AACE, the most effective and impactful civil-rights organization fighting for Asian American interests.

Please join this fight, make generous donation for your own children, grandchildren, and their children, and for all Asian Americans!

Asian American Coalition for Education