NO on Prop 16 Campaign Announces Record Small-Dollar Donors

First-Generation Americans of Asian Descent Fight Racial Discrimination with Pocketbook FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 25, 2020 SAN DIEGO, CA—September 25, 2020—Californians for Equal Rights, the NO on Prop 16 Campaign, has amassed nearly 6,000 donors in less than three months, demonstrating a historic groundswell of grassroots support from voters across the state. Releasing its campaignContinue reading “NO on Prop 16 Campaign Announces Record Small-Dollar Donors”

UCLA Professor Corrects Misconceptions about Minority Representation at University of California: Sends Memo to UC Regents Ahead of Today’s Meeting Discussing Racial Preferences

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 17, 2020 Los Angeles, CA – September 17, 2020 – Richard Sander, an economist and Distinguished Professor of Law at UCLA, released a report today to the Board of Regents of the University of California (UC), disputing common misconceptions about the representation of underrepresented minorities (URMs) in the university system. ManyContinue reading “UCLA Professor Corrects Misconceptions about Minority Representation at University of California: Sends Memo to UC Regents Ahead of Today’s Meeting Discussing Racial Preferences”

Opponents of Racial Preferences to Protest Netflix Today

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASESeptember 11, 2020 SAN DIEGO, CA – September 11, 2020 – Supporters of Californians for Equal Rights, the NO on Prop 16 Campaign, will be protesting against racial discrimination at Netflix headquarters today. Patricia Quillen, the wife of Netflix co-founder and co-CEO Reed Hastings, has donated one million dollars to the Proposition 16 campaignContinue reading “Opponents of Racial Preferences to Protest Netflix Today”

09/13 CFER Event: “Women & Equality”

Event Recordings: Click here. Event: Women & Equality Panel – How will Prop. 16 impact women? Date/Time: Sunday Sep. 13 at 5pm Sign up at Eventbrite.NoProp16.info California is home to many powerful and successful women, with institutional support of cultural empowerment, equal opportunity, and economic viability. In California, women have accomplished tremendously in the lastContinue reading “09/13 CFER Event: “Women & Equality””

Southern California News Group Publications Endorse No on Prop 16 Campaign – Calls for Defense of Equality and Prop 209

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:August 29, 2020 San Diego, CA – August 29, 2020 – Southern California News Group (SCNG) publications yesterday called for voters in California to vote NO on Proposition 16 in this November’s election. SCNG is the owner of leading regional and local newspapers, including the Orange County Register. Prop 16 seeks to overturnContinue reading “Southern California News Group Publications Endorse No on Prop 16 Campaign – Calls for Defense of Equality and Prop 209”

Beyond Skin Color To The Content Of Our Character: Our Champion Ward Connerly

For Immediate Release: August 15, 2020 San Diego, California:  CFER leader and civil rights champion Mr. Ward Connerly appeared in the Tucker Calrson interview last night to talk about Proposition 16— California’s legislative attempt to restore immoral racial preferences and legalize discrimination. Mr. Connerly said:“The entire political structure in California believes that they are doing God’s work byContinue reading “Beyond Skin Color To The Content Of Our Character: Our Champion Ward Connerly”

CFER Celebrates Asian-American Community’s Major Win in Advancing Equal Rights for ALL

For Immediate Release: August 13, 2020 San Diego, California: On August 13, 2020, the U.S. Justice Department announced that Yale University violated Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act by discriminating against Asian-American and white applicants. Justice Department’s decision was made in response to a civil rights compliantlaunched by the Asian American Coalition for Education (AACE) in May 2016,Continue reading “CFER Celebrates Asian-American Community’s Major Win in Advancing Equal Rights for ALL”