Tuesday, April 12, 2011

80-20's 6th Top Accomplishment - 5th of a series

YOU be the juror. You decide if 80-20 is to GROW or DIE?

80-20's 6th Best Accomplishment

If 80-20 didn't exist, how might your life be different?

Without 80-20, you and your offspring will face the glass ceiling for
another 75 years i.e. another 3 generations. See Chart 1 and Research
Note B in the "Washington Post Ad" shown below.

With 80-20, we estimate the 75 years will shorten to 10 years.
This impacts EVERY Asian Am who works in the mainstream society.

Asian Am. civic organizations have talked about the glass ceiling for
decades. Many used "glass ceiling" as a sound bite to attract support or
contributions, without doing the hard work to gather the hard data to
confront America's political leaders to make America live up to its core
value of "Equal Opportunity For All."

80-20 changed that sad situation. It systematically, year by year,
induced America to live up to its nobler self:

In 2005, 80-20 gathered the hard data and got EEOC to vouch for their
validity and analysis.
In 2006, 80-20 bought the full page ad in Washington Post, seen below,
to jolt our nation's conscience.
In 2008, 80-20 confronted the presidential candidates with the information
shown in this ad & got the commitment of Obama, Biden and Hilary
Clinton to remove the glass ceiling for Asian Ams., when elected.
In 2009, 80-20 citing Pres. Obama's written commitment got the
Labor Dept. to commit to begin enforcing Exec. Order 11246 to
eliminate the glass ceiling against Asian Americans.

Without 80-20, will the above be done for Asian Ams?

If 80-20 fails to double its membership and dissolves itself on March 22, 2013,
will the duration of the glass ceiling on Asian Americans revert back to
75 years?
You decide!

We await

YOUR verdict for 80-20 PAC to
either DOUBLE
or DIE on March 21, 2013.

To join or donate, go http://www.80-20initiative.net or send your check
to 80-20 PAC P.O. Box 603 Osprey, FL 34229.

Respectfully yours,

A volunteer,
http://www.80-20initiative.net .

A Public Service Washington Post Ad (Sept. 6, 2006)

We gratefully acknowledge the following generous donations.
These donors used deeds to say, "We want 80-20 to live."
Gang Yu Liu, Davis, CA to PAC: $1,000
Ming-Chuang Foundation, Berkeley, CA (Marisa Chuang Ming) to EF: $1,000
Mitchell and Priscilla Lou Trust Fund, Houston, TX CA: $500