Saturday, September 24, 2005

See How Many DID THEIR SHARE

80-20 urged its supporters to pour in faxes and e-mails to President Bush and the 4 major Senators he will consult for his next Supreme Court nominee. We first sent a poll to 15,000 activists 2 weeks ago to ask them if the Asian American Coalition for Equal Justice (AACEJ), in which 80-20 is one member and EQUAL PARTNER, should push for a Supreme Court nominee. WITHIN ONE WEEK, 1/5 RESPONDED! Today, we have over 3,500 POSITIVE responses.

We then asked our supporters to fax and e-mail President Bush and the 4 Senators to let them know about the 5 candidates our supporters picked in the poll. LOOK AT HOW MANY DID THEIR SHARE! Hundreds more poured in their faxes, but below is a sample of the faxes, e-mails, and reports to us that were sent.


I DID MY SHARE. TOGETHER, we shall overcome. Counting on YOU.

Yuko J. Nakanishi,
Ph.D.,
MBA


I did my share. Let's make it happen.

Chungsoo J. Lee


Dear President George Bush and Honorable Senators,

I understand that only 8 of the 839 judges in Federal courts are Asian Americans (AsAms). The AsAms are not well represented at all in our federal court. I strongly believe qualified AsAms deserves considerations.

Here are five of the outstanding AsAMs candidates, each merits Nomination

[names omitted]

for your consideration as the next Supreme Court Justice.

I support the campaign of "AsAm Coalition for Equal Justice" (AACEJ), of which 80-20 is one member, to increase AsAm representation in Federal Courts, including the Supreme Court.

Thank you for your attention.

Yours respectfully,

Bik-Kee Vuong, Radiochemist, National Institutes of Health



I sent letter to these people yesterday.

Sincerely,

Vo Nguyen, M.D.


I received your "call to action" which I will do as outlined in your
message. But let me go on record that I presented to you an alternate
Nominee, "The Honorable Justice JOYCE LUTHER KINNARD of the Supreme
Court of the State of
California since the 1980ties". She is an
Eurasian Woman of Dutch, Indonesian and Chinese parentage. She is as
qualified as any of those Asian Lawyers that you have named earlier.

Thanks and regards.

Blitar


Dear fellow Chinese and members of the Gulfcoast Chinese-American Association,

We have a historic window of opportunity to push for an Asian American supreme court nominee. Although our chance of success is not high, the successful outcome of this goal is crucially important in enhancing equality for Asian American minorities for generations to come. This is all the more why I earnestly request that each and everyone of you to please INVEST an hour of your time to respond to the following call for action from SB Woo of 80-20.

We can make it happen if we all work together in a unified and concerted effort. If not this time, certainly by the next. As Lao Tse said, “A Journey of 1000 miles begins with the first step.” It is high time we get started.

Recall the struggles of African Americans for civil rights. It wasn’t easy, but it had to be done. We sit today on the shoulders of giants like Martin Luther King who helped advance the fight for equality for minorities. The task is unfinished. Today, Asian Americans are up against the “glass ceiling” across all sectors of private industry, government and academia. It is time for YOU to carry the torch and do your part for the greater good of this nation.

Mahatma Gandhi said, “You must be the change you wish to see in the world”

Please join 80-20 and your fellow Asian Americans in this worthy campaign. A sample letter from me to President Bush can be found at the end of this email.

Thank you for answering the call to action!

Sincerely,

Dr. Edward Lin, President & CEO, Ingenious Technologies Corp.


I DID MY SHARE.

Mike C.H. Lin, Ph.D., Brigham Young University-Hawaii


Dear President Bush,

I think that Asian Americans (AsAms) have been under-represented in
the top levels of corporations and government, including the US Supreme Court.
For example, only eight of the 839 judges in the U.S. Federal courts are Asian
Americans. I think the numbers speak for themselves.

Now that there is an opening in the U.S. Supreme Court, it is time to
select an AsAm, since there are several well-qualified AsAm legal experts with
qualifications that are suitable to be a U.S. Supreme Count Justice. For example:

[names omitted and statement for AACEJ omitted]

I think you will be doing great justice if you would appoint the first
AsAm to be a Supreme Court Justice.

Thank you.

Yuet Mei Lam


I am not good with words, but I have done my parts.

All five, faxed.

Brian Ng


Dear President Bush and Venerable Senate Leaders:

For your consideration, may I recommend the nomination of one these

fine, capable and qualified persons for a position on the Supreme Court.

[names omitted]

Only 8 of the 839 justices in Federal courts are Asian American. This is pathetic! …

My name is Renee Lau.

I am a registered voter and taxpayer.

Renee Lau


Faxed to the President.

Jack Qian


Although I was able to fax the President and three senators on the
below list, I've been getting the busy signal all day, for Senator
Specter's fax number: 202 228-1229. Do you have another fax number for him?

Thank you.

Jon Wu, Attorney at Law


OK. I sent in my five faxes

Y.C. Larry Ho


A fax was sent to President Bush at 11:00 pm today.

Thanks

Rick Chen, DuPont Captial Management


Dear President George Bush:

May I nominate

[names omitted]

for your consideration as the next Supreme Court Justice?

I have been very attentive with recent news on next surpreme court
justice. I have noticed that only 8 of the 839 judges in Federal
courts are Asian Americans.
America is a land of freedom and human
equality. Qualified asian americans deserve consideration.

I support the campaign of "AsAm Coalition for Equal Justice"
(AACEJ), of which 80-20 is one member, to increase AsAm representation
in Federal Courts, including the Supreme Court.

Shengyin Gu, Phd student in University of California, Davis


Your honors,

May I nominate

[names and support for AACEJ omitted]

Hing Lum


From White House auto reply.

Katy Woo
Trustee,
Widener University


I just Faxed it to Bush. Thanks for your help.

Ken


Dear Senator Arlen Specter

May I nominate

[names omitted]

for your consideration as the next Supreme Court Justice?

Thank you n best regards,

Chiehming Maria Tam, Kuehne & Nagel Inc., Sales Support/Transpacific Airfreight


Please see attachment.

Thanks

John J. Fong


Dear President George Bush:

Only 8 of the 839 judges in Federal courts are Asian Americans
(AsAms). The numbers speak. Qualified Asian Americans deserve
consideration. I support the campaign of "AsAm Coalition for Equal
Justice" (AACEJ), of which 80-20 is one member, to increase AsAm
representation in Federal Courts, including the Supreme Court.

May I nominate

[names omitted]

for your consideration as the next Supreme Court Justice?

Thank you for your attention.

Doanld Li, Ph.D., Director of System Programming


Dear President George Bush,

I would like to nominate

[names omitted]

Conlene Yee


I DID MY SHARE. TOGETHER, we shall overcome. Counting on YOU.

Joanna Chen, Wachovia Securities


Fax to Sen. Arlen Specter.

<supreme court.doc>

Tjendrawani Ong-Dahl


Dear President Bush:

May I nominate

[names and statement of support for AACEJ omitted]

Respectfully submitted,

Theresa Ku, Ph.D., Linguist


Dear President George Bush,

May I nominate Harold Hongju Koh, a Korean American for your
consideration as the next Supreme Court Justice? Only 9 of the 839
judges in Federal courts are Asian Americans. As a supporter of 80-20
organization, I support the campaign of "AsAm Coalition for Equal
Justice" (AACEJ), of which 80-20 is one member, to increase AsAm
representation in Federal Courts, including the Supreme Court.

I believe qualified Asian Americans deserve consideration.

S.K. Sohn


I did my share.

Gene Chang


Dear President George Bush:

May I nominate Harold Hongju Koh for your consideration as the next Supreme Court Justice?
Harold Hongju Koh is a Korean Am, Dean of Yale law School, having served both Republican and Democratic Administrations.

Only 8 of the 839 judges in Federal courts are Asian Americans
(AsAms). The numbers speak. Qualified Asian Americans deserve
consideration. I support the campaign of "AsAm Coalition for Equal
Justice" (AACEJ), of which 80-20 is one member, to increase AsAm
representation in Federal Courts, including the Supreme Court.

Cao, Shuwen, Chinese/Japanese cataloger, East Asian Library, Princeton University


Dear President George Bush

May I nominate

[names and statement of support for AACEJ omitted]

Name, Peter Lin


fyi. Sen
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Dear President George Bush:

May I nominate

[names and support for AACEJ omitted]

Sen Liu, Ph.D.


Dear Senator Harry Reid:

May I nominate

[names and support for AACEJ omitted]

Sincerely yours,

L. Amy Sung, Ph.D.


Dear President George Bush

May I nominate

[names and support for AACEJ omitted]

Name: Dean Shu, Title: Engineer


Dear President George Bush and Senators:

May you kindly give me half a minute of your time ... and kindly hear
me emaily-nominate:

[names and support for AACEJ omitted]

Being a ... (I refuse to use the word "victim" here) of some workplace
injustice from a Fortune 100 Company -- MetLife, I personally support
the campaign of "Asian American Coalition for Equal Justice" (AACEJ),
of which 80-20 is one member, to increase Asian American representation
in Federal Courts, including the Supreme Court.

Respectfully,

Name: K.P. Chen, Title: a Texas Realtor


Dear President:

May I nominate

[names and support for AACEJ omitted]

Name: Leslie Tam


Dear President George Bush:

May I nominate

[names and AACEJ support omitted]

Thanks for your attention.

Helen Xu


I DID MY SHARE. TOGETHER, we shall overcome. Counting on YOU.

R Fong


I DID MY SHARE.

TOGETHER, we shall overcome.

GK Chun


I sent four emails except: Sen. Arlen Specter: 202 228-1229 - Fax;

Thanks.

Regards,

Henry Wang


i'm just done faxing to all of them.

Fan Jiao


Dear President,

May I nominate

[names and support for AACEJ omitted]

JC Sheu


I have faxed the attached letter to Bush and copies of the second
letter to the 4 senators. I used your initial letter to 80-20 as a
basis for argument b/c it was so good! I will also send these letters
by email to all the parties concerned. Thanks for your great work on
this! Yours,

Ruth Chang


Dear Sir:

May I nominate

[names and support for AACEJ omitted]

Celia Chang, CPA


I will write a letter to nominate Asian justice.

Bing-Cheng Wang, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Western Reserve University School of Medicine


Faxes sent to President Bush and all 4 senators.

I DID MY SHARE. TOGETHER, we shall overcome.

Adrian


FYI.

I just submitted my email to Senator Specter regarding the Supreme
Court Justice nomination through his webpage.

Hue-Sun Ahn


I have faxed a letter to each of the following:

President George Bush: (202) 456-2461 Fax; president@whitehouse.gov
or comments@whitehouse.gov ,
Sen. Arlen Specter: 202 228-1229 - Fax; David_brog@specter.senate.gov
Sen. Bill First (R-TN): 202 228-1264 -F; leader@republican.senate.gov
Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV): 202 224-7327 - F; leader@democrat.senate.gov
Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT): 202 224-3479 F; senator_leahy@leahy.senate.gov

Thanks for taking the lead action in this extremely important event.

James G. Lee
Shell Chemical LP


I did my share on faxing and emailing to the 5 leaders you listed.

Thank you for the information.

George, 80-20 supporter

===================Letter body============

Dear Sen. Leahy

May I nominate

[names omitted]

Please speak on behalf of the under-represented AsAms community, and

we will remember your favor. Thank you.

George Hwang
Research Associate, Genentech Inc,.


September 21, 2005
Via fax to (202) 456-2461
The Honorable George W. Bush
President
United States of
America

Dear Mr. President:

As you consider the important task of nominating the next Supreme Court justice, May I respectfully urge you to consider the following exceptionally qualified Asian American candidates:

A. Wallace Tashima, Senior Judge, Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit:

Harold Hongju Koh, Dean of the Yale School of Law

Robert A. Takasugi, Senior District Judge, Central District of California.

Denny Chin, District Judge, Southern District of NY,
Ronald S. W. Lew, District Judge, Central Dist. Of CA
Anthony C. Ching, Solicitor General of AZ,

As an individual committed to advance equality and justice in America, you may be surprised to know that while Asian Americans represent 4% of the US population, only 8 of the 839 judges in Federal courts are Asian Americans (0.95%). These numbers speak for themselves and cry out for action to the conscience of all who believe in the American system of equality and fairness for all. I beseech you to help heal the wounds that inequality has caused, and use this historic opportunity to nominate an Asian American to the US Supreme Court.


Mr. President, I support the campaign of "Asian American Coalition for Equal Justice" (AACEJ), of which 80-20 is one member, to increase Asian American representation in Federal Courts, including the Supreme Court. Thank you for your consideration of our earnest request.

Sincerely, 



Ed

Dr. Edward Lin, President & CEO, Ingenious Technologies Corp.


sent faxes to all.

Keith Weng


I have just faxed to Pres. Bush and the 4 Senators. Attached is the message for your information.

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Julia C. Wan


Thanks. I did my share..


Dear President George W. Bush:

May I nominate Harold Hongju Koh, a Korean American who is a Dean of
Yale law School, having served both Republican and Democratic
Administrations, for your consideration as the next Supreme Court =
Justice?

[support for AACEJ omitted]

Sincerely,

Kim H. Song, Ed.D, Assistant Professor, University of Missouri-St. Louis


Dear President George Bush:

May I nominate

[names and support for AACEJ omitted]

Sincerely yours

Gene H Chang, Ph.D.,


Victor Hsiung


Dear President George Bush:

I would like to nominate Ronald S. W. Lew, a Chinese American,
District Judge, Central District of California for your consideration
as the next Supreme Court Justice. Sincerely,

Joel Wong


Dear S.B. Woo,

I have faxed/emailed to the senators as well as the president. I did my share. Together, we shall overcome.

Cynthia


Dear President George Bush:

I would like to nominate

[names and support for AACEJ omitted]

for your consideration as the next Supreme Court Justice. Would you
please kindly consider my nominations? Currently only 8 of the 839
judges in Federal courts are Asian Americans. We must do more to
correct this under-representation. Qualified Asian Americans deserve
consideration. I support the campaign of "AsAm Coalition for Equal
Justice" (AACEJ), of which 80-20 is one member, to increase AsAm
representation in Federal Courts, including the Supreme Court.

Sincerely,

Dr. Peter Yang


I DID MY SHARE. TOGETHER, we shall overcome. Counting on YOU. A. Lu


Dear President George Bush:

May I nominate

[names and support for AACEJ omitted]

Paul Chu, Ph.D., Reseach Staff at Oak Ridge National Lab


Dear Mr. President George Bush,

May I nominate Denny Chin, A Chinese Am., District Judge, Southern
District of NY, for your consideration as the next Supreme Court
Justice?

[support for AACEJ omitted]

Sincerely,

Name: Samson H. Cheung, Ph.D.


I just faxed the following to the President. Thanks for your efforts mobilizing us to achieve.

Jason Li


Thank you for the hard work for all of us!!

Ming


The Honorable President George Bush:

May I nominate

[names and AACEJ support omitted]

Sincerely,

Jianping Zhu, Ph.D.


Dear President George Bush:

May I nominate

[names and AACEK support omitted]

al Courts, including the Supreme Court.

Bin Ke, Associate Professor of Accounting, Pennsylvania State University


Dear President George Bush,

May I nominate the following candidates for your consideration as the next Supreme Court Justice?

[names and support for AACEJ omitted]

Sincerely,

Wei Gao, Senior Oracle Developer


I DID MY SHARE. TOGETHER, we shall overcome. Counting on YOU.

(I've sent five e-mails to the listed recipients respectively, instead of fax them.)...

Dr. Yan Zhou, Visual Resources Curator


I DID MY SHARE.

Thank you very much

Eric Liu


Dear President Bush:

May I nominate

Harold Hongju Koh, a Korean Am, Dean of Yale law School, having served
both Republican and Democratic Administrations, for your consideration
as the next Supreme Court Justice?

[support for AACEJ omitted]

Thank you very much for your consideration.

Best Regards,

Ming Fu, Engineer,


Dear President Bush:

May I nominate Harold Hongju Koh for your consideration as the next
Supreme Court Justice? He is a Korean American who has served both
Republican and Democratic Administrations and is currently the Dean of Yale
law School. I have copied the following weblink to his homepage for your
consideration.

http://www.law.yale.edu/outside/html/faculty/hkoh/profile.htm

[support for AACEJ omitted]

--

Ngee-Sing Chong, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry,

Middle Tennessee State University


I DID MY SHARE.

Thank you,

Qian Zhao


I did my share !

Fred Wong


I did my share by sending the emails to President Bush and two senate leaders. Thanks.

Best wishes,

Dr. Qiang Fu, Associate Professor, University of Washington


Dear President George Bush,

I am writing to urge you to consider:

[names and support for AACEJ omitted]

Thank you very much for your attention.

Sincerely yours,

Ning Qian, Ph. D., Associate Professor, Columbia University / NYSPI


I have faxed a messae to President Bush and each of the senators
yesterday. Sorry I forgot to fax a copy to you.

Terry


Faxed to all five names yesterday afternoon 3-4PM EST.

Ge "Gary" Cao, Collegiate Funding Services, LLC


I DID MY SHARE - emails to President and the 4 senators. TOGETHER, we shall overcome.

Jenq-Yann Wellington Ku


Dear Mr President, Senator Leahy,

Please consider the following candidate :

[names and support for AACEJ omitted]

James chu


I fax a letter to each of President Bush and the Senators except for
Senator Specter becasue his fax was busy. I also e-mailed the letter
to President Bush and the four Senators. Below is the content of my
letter.

Dear [President George Bush][Senator ______]:

I would like to suggest the following candidates for your
consideration as the next Supreme Court Justice:

[names omitted]

Asian American judges are disproportionately few in Federal courts,
even though there are many highly qualified Asian American jurists. I
support the campagin of "Asian American Coalition for Equal Justice"
(AACEJ) to increase Asian American representation in Federal Courts,
including the Supreme Court.

I urge you to consider these qualified candidtates.

Sincerely,

Laiying Sarah Chan


Siu, Chea-Hwa wrote:

I did my share.

I fax a letter to each of President Bush and the Senators except for
Senator Specter becasue his fax was busy. I also e-mailed the letter
to President Bush and the four Senators. Below is the content of my
letter.


I did my share !

Fred Wong


Derek Yeung wrote:

I DID MY SHARE


Shinn,Victor Q - TOM wrote:

5 fax sent.


Dear President G. W. Bush and Senators Arlen Specter, Bill First,

Harry Reid,

Patrick Leahy:

Thank you for receiving this note. Would you please consider an Asian
American to be the next Supreme Court JUstice. If OK, may I suggest the
following fine Gentlemen and Judges for your consideration.

[names omitted]

Best regards,

Harry Kuo


I DID MY SHARE. TOGETHER, we shall overcome!

5 faxes were just sent.

Stanley Zuo


Thank you so much for your hard work. I did my tiny share that needs
to be done.

Aloha,

Alex Tang, Integrated Engineering Corporation


Keep up the Good work.

Here are my successful faxes. I had some trouble faxing to Senators
Specter and Reid. Maybe the fax machines have been overloaded. I will
try again tomorrow.

Dear President George Bush:

Hello! My name is Kin Ma and I am a West Michigan citizen, Chinese American, and an instructor in geography at Grand Valley State University. I have been a citizen for nearly 25 years. I have been part of the 80-20 Initiative, a coalition to promote Asian American involvement in the U.S. political process.

At this critical time, may I suggest the following qualified Asian Americans for your consideration as the next Supreme Court Justice nominee?

[names omitted]

There are 11.8 million Asian Americans living in the United States as of the 2000 census, which make up about 4.2% of the United States population.

[support for AACEJ omitted]

Sincerely,

Kin M. Ma, M.S., Instructor, Geography, Grand Valley State University


Dear President George Bush:

I know you are planning to nominate a supreme
court justice. I would like to take this opportunity
to nominate the following Great Judges in order of
preference for your consideration.

[names omitted]

These spectacular Judges will not only be a great
asset to our country, but also serves a beacon to the
whole world that
america is TRULY a melting pot and
the light of the world. Please consider one of these wonderful judges
as the next Supreme Court Justice.

Thank You,

Jasper Wu, Systems Engineer


Dear S.B.,

I send messages to President Bush and the key senators.

Thank you and best regards,

Peter Luh , Professor, UConn.


Dear President George Bush,

As part of an ever growing Asian American community, I am writing to
urge you to consider the following five well qualified leaders as
candidates for the next Supreme Court Justice:

[named omitted]

Thank you for your consideration.

Jeff Shu


Dear President George Bush:

May you consider Harold Hongju Koh, Dean of Yale law School, a
Korean American as your nominee for the next Supreme Court Justice? He
served in both Republican and Democratic Administrations.

The numbers speak for themselves. Only 8 of the 839 judges in
Federal courts are Asian Americans. Qualified Asian Americans deserve
consideration.

I support the campaign of "Asian American Coalition for Equal
Justice" (AACEJ) to increase Asian American representation in Federal
Courts, including the Supreme Court.

Wenjun Jiang, Pharmacoepidemiology Fellow


Dear Senator Specter:

As an Asian American professional in higher education, I believe that the time has come that the Asian American community in this country now should have sufficient representations in the legal branch of the government, especially in the Supreme Court. As of this time, among the 839 judges in the Federal Courts,there are only 8 Asian American judges. Does It mean that there isn't any qualified Asian Americans in the legal field? Of course not, for example, the Dean of the Yale Law School, Harold Hongju Koh who has served both in the Republican as well as Democratic administrations, could anyone say that he is not qualified to be a Supreme Court Justice? Another example is Anthony C. Ching, the first ever Solicitor General in the state of Arizona, both his training
and experience easily qualify him to be a good Supreme Court Justice.

May I recommend to you for consideration one of the two to be a candidate of the second vacated position in the Supreme Court. This is only fair and proper thing to do in this time of our nation's history. May God bless America.

Respectfully,

Richard Yungdeh Chu


This is what I will be faxing to the 5 names:

Dear XXXX,

I would sincerely like to nominate the following candidates for your
next Supreme Court Justice based on their OUTSTANDING achievements and
qualification.

If you observe the number of Asian American faces you meet on a daily
basis, and the number in each neighborhood, in each school, in each
business, "8 out of 839 judges are Asian Americans" is a MOCKERY and a
clear message to Asian Americans that - WE CAN CO-EXIST WITH YOU, WE
CAN USE YOUR SERVICE, WE CAN EVEN HAVE YOU OVER FOR DINNER, BUT "WE DO
NOT RECOGNISE YOU - AND WE ARE NOT GIVING YOU CREDIT AND FAIRNESS".

I IMPLORE you, to give consideration and support the campaign of "AsAm Coalition for Equal Justice (AACEJ) of which 80-20 IS ONE MEMBER, to increase AsAm representation in Federal Courts, including the Supreme

Court of this GREAT COUNTRY OF THE UNITED STATES.

Catherine Yang, Accountant


Dear Senator Leahy,

I think that Asian Americans (AsAms) have been under-represented in
the top levels of corporations and government, including the U.S.
Supreme Court. For example, only eight of the 839 judges in the U.S.
Federal courts are Asian Americans. I think the numbers speak for
themselves.

Now that there is an opening in the U.S. Supreme Court, it is time to
select an AsAm, since there are several well-qualified AsAm legal
experts with qualifications that are suitable to be a U.S. Supreme
Count Justice.. For example,

[names omitted]

As an influential Senator, I would appreciate very much if you would
give this matter serious consideration.

Thank you.

Don M. Tow


Mr. Woo:

I remember you from your speaking at Panasonic and I will fax this tothe President.

Mary J. Surh


Dear Senator Reid,

May I nominate Harold Hongju Koh, a Korean Am, Dean of Yale law
School, having served both Republican and Democratic Administrations
for your consideration as the next Supreme Court Justice? Only 8 of
the 839 judges in Federal courts are Asian Americans. Qualified Asian
Americans deserve consideration. I support the campaign of "Asian
American Coalition for Equal Justice" (AACEJ), of which 80-20 is one
member, to increase Asian American representation in Federal Courts,
including the Supreme Court.

Sunjay Mathur, Medical Student, Case Western Reserve University



Dear President George Bush:

I would like to nominate Denny Chin, A Chinese American District
Judge, Southern District of NY, for your consideration as the next
Supreme Court Justice.

[support for AACEJ omitted]

Dr. Christina Tan


Helen Pollak wrote:

I Did My Share, Together We Shall Overcome



Hi, I DID MY SHARE. TOGETHER, we shall overcome. Count on me!

Gina Zhang


I am a resident and a university professor in the state of North Dakota as well as a member of 80-20. I strongly support the campaign of "Asian American Coalition for Equal Justice" (AACEJ), of which 80-20 is one member, to increase Asian American representation in Federal Courts, including the Supreme Court. Below is a list of the Asian Americans who are well qualified as the Supreme Court Justices.

Harold Hongju Koh is a Korean American, Dean of Yale law School, having served both Republican and Democratic Administrations; Denny Chin is a Chinese American, District Judge, Southern District of NY; Anthony C. Ching is a Chinese American, the first ever Solicitor General in AZ; and Ronald S. W. Lew is a Chinese American District Judge, Central District of California.

May I nominate anyone of them for your consideration as the next Supreme Court Justice? Asian Americans are ALWAYS underrepresented in judiciary and other political arenas and deserve consideration. I thank you for your consideration in advance.

Sincerely,

Y-T. Lee, Ph.D., Professor and Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, Minot State University


Dear President George Bush

May I nominate

Harold Hongju Koh, a Korean Am, Dean of Yale law School, having
served both Republican and Democratic Administrations,
Denny Chin, A Chinese Am., District Judge, Southern District of NY,
Anthony C.Ching, a Ch. Am, the first ever Solicitor General in AZ,
Ronald S.W.. Lew, a
Ch. Am, District Judge, Central Dist. Of CA,
& Robert A.Takasugi, Japanese Am., Senior District Judge, Central District of
California.
for your consideration as the next Supreme Court Justice?

Only 8 of the 839 judges in Federal courts are Asian Americans
(AsAms). The numbers speak. Qualified Asian Americans deserve
consideration. I support the campaign of "AsAm Coalition for Equal
Justice" (AACEJ), of which 80-20 is one member, to increase AsAm
representation in Federal Courts, including the Supreme Court.

Taehwan Kim, Ph.D., Lead Artificial Intelligence Scientist, FFRDC, The MITRE corporation

 

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