$10,000 per day Poured in for 7 Days, since
"2 Great Tools To Fight Discrimination" was published
Many big donors, those pledging $10,000/yr, or $1,000/yr
doubling their annual pledged amount. As a result,
SELF's "total donations received" has
Note those donor names highlighted in pink. They are the
people who have already COMPLETED their 5-year pledges,
SELF campaign is NOT even 5 years old.
In addition, generous NEW donations came in. In the last 7 days,
totaled more than $10,500.
Why Are so Many so Willing to Part with Their $$$?
Our supporters greatly appreciated the 2nd of the 2 great
Granted that item [A] in "
We Seek Justice ...] is some what technical, and may need a couple of
readings to reach the "Wow, now I understand!" moment. :-) But anyone
with a Bachelor's degree from a decent college can
understand it. If you haven't internalized its contents yet,
Click here to review it please. :-) All must do our best to help in this fight for
our children's future.
The Real Significance of the Infusion of $10,000 Per Day for 7 Days
It signifies that ANY
just 80-20 EF, which serves AsAms well, shall
be able to gain financial support from within our community. That is great news for all AsAms orgs. and all AsAms!
Many so called "AsAm civil rights orgs" headquartered in D.C., NYC and
LA have consistent
ly ignored discrimination against AsAm students by elite colleges. Unfor
tunately, they have relied on money
outside of our community
survival. We humbly appeal to them to consider changing their policies thereby enabling them to earn financial support from their own community. If they respond positively, I will, and perhaps even EF will, help them raise money. History beckons, our wandering friends! Think how history will judge
dated Graph Was Sent to DOJ!
The 4 large simulated curves show the characteristics of students
nationally who took SAT exams in 2015, broken down by race. What is really
relevant to our concern will be the distributions of students applying
to Harvard, broken down by race. They are now seen as the
located at the base of
distribution. Note the peak of each small curve shifts
significantly to the high score side, since only superior students apply
to Harvard. For that reason the one standard deviation is much narrower. However, the high-score tail of each distribution doesn't
move to the right