Monday, July 9, 2018

Beyond a Doubt - Harvard Discriminates (2)

Guilty!  Using Harvard's Own Words & Internal Report
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     In Harvard Discriminates (1), objective data were provided showing that Harvard has discriminated.  TODAY, you'll see that Harvard intended to discriminate against AsAms, just like it did against Jews, before Jewish Ams became politically too strong for Harvard.

The Words of a Former Harvard President

   A. Lawrence Lowell, Harvard's president in the 1920s stated in writing:

      "To prevent a dangerous increase in the proportion of Jews
        I know at present only one way, which is at the same time
        straightforward and effective, and that is a selection by 
        personal estimate of character on the part of the Admission
        authorities, based upon the probable value to the candidate, 
        to the College and to the community of his admissions." 

A century later, the same strategy became Harvard's "whole person" admissions policy, whose purpose is to limit the proportion of Asian Ams. See the yellow bar in the following diagram.


   A CENTURY LATER!   When Harvard could have advanced to a high moral standard with the rest of world.  But it didn't.  What a shame!  

         What Harvard's own Office of Institutional Research Found

   NY Times reported that 

        "A report from Harvard's own Office of Institutional 
         Research found that even after alumni and athletic 
         preferences were factored in, Asians would be accepted at a
         rate of 26 percent, versus the 19 percent at which they were 
         actually accepted. That report, commissioned back in 2013, 
         was summarily filed away, with no further investigation or 
         action taken."

            Harvard Faculty, Staff & Students Please Note

     We look to Harvard's faculty, staff and students to speak up and act out, as they have done frequently when nations and corporations ignored their moral duties.  Will the Harvardians exhibit the same moral principle when their own interests are involved?  

      AsAm Faculty, Staff and Students please note: Harvard thought AsAms lack courage and are not deeply respected.  What do you think? How are you dealing with this well-reported lawsuit?  Your behavior will tell the people around you whether Harvard's view towards AsAms is correct.  Will you act in a way that will make Harvard feel ashamed?  

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PS:  In (3), we'll show you how much we've failed our generational responsibility to afford 
        our children with EQUAL opportunity.  :-(  
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