President, 80-20 National Asian American Educational foundation
James Cheung, South Pasadena, CA: $5,000
Phil Choong, Los Altos Hill, CA: $1,000
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o Will this SURVEY, http://admin.80-20nj.info/cgi/80/e?l=8/11e/f&w=no ,
help eliminate discrimination against our college bounds?
We believe it will play an instrumental role!
o Will this SURVEY fulfill our generational responsibility to our children?
Certainly a big step in the right direction!
o Has the SURVEY come back online?
Yes. Sorry for the down time yesterday.
o What is so special about this SURVEY?
Historic in size and unanimity! 45,000 Asian Ams choosing 31.5 to 1 in favor of a "race-neutral and merit-based college admission policy."
o Why does the SURVEY ask participants to choose between FOR & AGAINST?
Because 80-20 is politically astute! If the survey asks for people to support 80-20's position only, after the 50,000-persons survey is completed, the opponents to "a race-neutral college admission" will sneeze at it. They may say "So what that 50,000 support that position. It only means that all the rest of the Asian Ams are AGAINST it."
Since 80-20 is conducting an OPEN survey that lets all Asian Ams choose between FOR & AGAINST, and the choice is 31.5 to 1 in favor of a "race-neutral college admission," the consensus of our community is CLEAR. Those 4 Asian Am. organizations, filing legal briefs with the Supreme Court supporting the current "race conscious college admission system," may want to reconsider its "misguided" position. Our community has spoken. Will those 4 Asian American organizations hear us?
Taken the SURVEY yet? To take it, click on
Be a part of history, help pass the word. We need only 5000 more to make 50,000!
S. B. Woo
President, 80-20 Educational Foundation, Inc.
What will your answer be? One day when your grandchildren ask,
"Did you participate in the 50,000 Asian Am Survey
on college admission policy in 2012, grandpa and
granda? My text book says that the survey had an
impact on the Supreme Court decision on college
admission in 2012. You spoke up, right?"
Take 80-20's survey now, if you have not already. Click on
As of 7:30 a.m. 3/9/2012, the FOR/AGAINST ratio of the "first 37,325 participants" is 31.4 to 1. It is by far the largest Asian Am OPEN survey in history.
Change that 37,325 number to above 40,000 today. Spread the word again and again, especially to our COLLEGE BOUNDS.
Take the Survey NOW! Do Your Part to Improve our Destiny.
S.B. Woo, President
80-20 National Asian Am. Educational Foundation, Inc.