Monday, August 15, 2011

Good news to AsAm workers In univ. Forward pls.

This e-newsletter documents 80-20's successful effort to break the
GLASS CEILING above us in universities.

[A] Documenting 80-20's Contribution
In Breaking the Glass Ceiling in Higher Ed

o 80-20 gathered the data to construct and repeatedly publicized the
following chart, e.g. a full page Washington Post public Service ad.
The chart shows a very low GLASS CEILING over Asian Ams:

o Using this chart, 80-20 induced President Obama to promise
in the 2008 presidential election to help us break the GLASS CEILING.
Click on
to see Pres. Obama's written & signed promise to 80-20 Educational
Foundation in this regard.

o After Pres. Obama was elected, 80-20 turned Pres. Obama's promise
into the enforcement
of a current law by the Labor Department on behalf
of Asian Ams. See a written promise by the Labor Department to enforce
Exec. Order 11246 in order to break the GALSS CEILING over us in work
places. Click on

[B] Proof that the Glass Ceiling in Higher Ed is Breaking

See the names of the 6 Asian Ams Presidents/provosts appointed to BIG
universities since Pres. Obama was elected.

o Jim Yong Kim, a Korean Am, President, Dartmouth College, PA,
appointed in 2009, the first Asian Am. Ivy School president;

o Wallace D. Loh, a Chinese Am, President, Univ. of Maryland, main
campus, appointed in 2010, the 2nd Asian Am president of a large
state university.
(Chang-lin Tien, Chancellor, UC, Berkeley, was the
first. Tien was also one of the 6 founders of 80-20);

o Conrado Gempesaw, a Filipino Am, Provost, Miami University, Ohio,
appointed in 2010, an 80-20 member

o Phyllis Wise, a Chinese Am, Chancellor, Univ. of Illinois, main campus,
appointed in 2011, 3rd Asian Am president of a large state university;

o Jacqueline Mok, a Chinese Am, Interim Provost, U. of Arizona, main campus,
appointed in 2011,

o Satish K. Tripathi, an Indian Am, President, State Univ. of NY, Buffalo,
appointed in 2011, and

The above 6 appointments in the last 3 years are more than all
the top administrators jobs in big universities that America has ever
accorded Asian Am academics in the the history of America!

[C] You Decide If You Want to Keep 80-20 Alive

o Do these appointments indirectly benefit you & your children, including
the issue of college admissions? You decide.

o Are these appointments related to 80-20's tireless fight against the
GLASS CEILING & its effectiveness? You decide.

Who'll Break the Glass Ceiling For You, If 80-20 Is Dissolved?

Joining 80-20! Using a credit card, go to Or send your check to
80-20 PAC 13337 South St. #189 Cerritos, CA 90703.
There is a matching fund of $10,000 for dues of anyone joining
Basic $35; Family $50 or Life Member $1,000.

For Student Memberships of $15 , there is a 2 to 1 matching fund
of $3,000.

Please forward this email to your colleagues.


S. B. Woo, a volunteer