Friday, September 30, 2011

NEWS! When 80-20 dies, who will fight for you?

Pres. Obama's Promises to us Through 80-20:

See his SIGNED PROMISE, click on
http://www.80-20initiative.net/news/preselect2008_obama.asp .

The promises are:

(1) make it his "top priority" to drastically INCREASE the number of Asian Am. life-tenured federal judges in both the District and the Appeals Courts levels;

(2) break the glass ceiling against Asian Ams in universities; and

(3) break the glass ceiling against Asian Ams in private industries.

Pres. Obama has honored at least 2 of 3 promises. Here are the facts.

UNDER (1) ABOVE, Pres. Obama has just appointed TWO MORE.

o Jacqueline H. Nguyen, a Vietnamese American, to serve on the 9th Appeals Court, and

o Miranda Mai Du, another Vietnamese American, to serve as a District Judge for the District. of Nevada

In 3 years, he has DOUBLED the number of Asian Am judges, with 2 in Appeals Court level.

UNDER (2) ABOVE, there has been MORE Asian Am. presidents/provosts appointed to BIG universities than what had been in the ENTIRE history of America. 80-20 just learnt of yet another recent appointment:

o Amado Gabriel Esteban, Filipino American, appointed to be the President of Seton Hall University in 2011, the first president of that university who is not a Cathlolic preiest.

One Uncertain Area!

Under (3), 80-20 is not sure if there has been much progress. Therefore, S. B. Woo & Ved Chaudhary just made an appointment to see the director of OFCCP, Department of Labor, Patricia Shiu. They'll meet on Oct. 31 in Washington D.C.

80-20 shall also meet with Pres. Obama early next year to review the progress
in the private industries area.

What if 80-20 dies? Who will fight for you?

Join 80-20. Using a credit card, go to http://www.80-20initiative.net . Or send
your check to 80-20 PAC 13337 South St. #189 Cerritos, CA 90703.


There is a matching fund of $1,660 for dues of anyone joining. Basic $35; Family $50 or Life Member $1,000.

Respectfully,

S. B. Woo, who has devoted 12 years to 80-20 and donated $100,000
http://www.80-20initiative.net

Acknowledgement:
Larry Yu-Chi Ho, Boston, MA: $1,000
S. B. Woo Newark, DE: $660





 

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