“We need to make sure that our community is educated so that they know what their rights are” – John C. Yang
“I’ve heard from so many individuals who are afraid of pursuing a career in science or academia because they fear being falsely accused of spying and being racially profiled simply because they are Chinese” – Congresswoman Judy Chu
We need to educate the public to have the policymakers know that we are talking about fundamental research, not sensitive or classified research” – Xiaoxing Xi
“Liberal arts students tend to be women from well-off families, while STEM students are more likely to be men from poorer households”
“The shrinking public space for discussing women’s rights in China makes it even more extraordinary that a feminist movement is able to survive at all”
The number of hate incidents reported represents only a fraction of the number of hate incidents that actually occured!
The US history has had a systemic, official and unofficial, exclusion for the Chinese, and this pandemic brought the debate back up again.
Terms like ‘China virus’ put Asian Americans in harm’s way.
Most technological advancement in the last decades in the US were developed by Chinese – Steven Chu, Nobel Laureate
“The Chinese Exclusion Act”, a documentary, was shown at CAAMFest2017. This is a summary of the events shown in the documentary. Link to the CAAM description of the documentary is also provided.