I never thought there will be a day that I question my doctor’s ability to diagnose me and treat me. If Prop 16 passes, I expect future doctors to have entered and graduated from medical school Based on Their RACE an not their ability and academia. Words such… Read more “Equal Opportunity based on Merit NOT on Your Race”
The anti discrimination amendment in our constitution was put in place so that every man or women would have equal opportunities. To repeal this law would allow open discrimination. it would allow government office and schools to mandate or give preferential treatment based on race, religion, gender, etc.… Read more “We are going backwards with this proposition!”
We should not allow the government to discriminate “legally”, but that is what Prop 16 tries to do. Please do not be fooled by the ballot title of prop 16: “Allows Diversity”? The truth is that, California is already the #1 diversified state in the nation, and that… Read more “Prop 16 Legalizes Racial Discrimination by the Government”
In higher education, it is necessary to keep competitive to provide quality human resources in global markets. Without strong human asset, our society will lose competition and everyone loses.
Mystic records was founded in the 1950’s , when civil rights were gaining attention. Mystic records founder was determined to give all unknown artists a chance. Today in 2020 Mystic Records has continued giving equal rights to all unknown artists a chance to have their music represented .… Read more “50 years of embracing diversity”
Prop. 16 wouldn’t legalize affirmative action – it would legalize quotas. The child of a refugee from Asia could find it harder to get into the college of their choice because the “Asian Quota” is already filled. While the child of millionaires will find it easier because there… Read more “You don’t fight discrimination with discrimination”
I am a Montessori preschool teacher, when we accept children to enroll in to our preschool, we don’t reject children by their races, colors, cultures just because we have too many of one kind. Children are our future, the greatest good, this also applies to our young students… Read more “All ages of human being have dreams…”
Prop. 16 does nothing but legalizing discrimination against special groups of citizens which is definitely unconstitutional. College admission and employment decisions shall be mainly based on qualification instead of color. If we do want to increase the percentage of college enrollment for certain groups of people, then the… Read more “NO on Prop. 16”
We should not legally endorse discrimination. All should earn based on the content of their character and their innate ability.
Affirmative action (AA) was started with the best of intentions; but as practiced in many, if not most, colleges/universities, the costs of AA now outweigh the benefits. AA divides Americans by race and ethnicity. It helps to institutionalize a ‘victim’ mentality among racial and ethnic minorities, the idea… Read more “Raise the academic standards of all children”
Back in the 90’s, we passed a proposition that made this very clear. Apparently, it’s not clear enough. Everyone should have the same opportunities to advance – whether that’s via education, business, or politics. Anything else is racist and does not live up to the American Way. Vote… Read more “An Excellent Cause – No Discrimination!”
Equality of Opportunity is Liberty
Equality of Outcome is the deathnell of Civilization
I’m opposed to Proposition 16 because I believe discriminating based on race, no matter what the motivation, will not help to end discrimination based on race.
“Our Constitution is color-blind, and neither knows nor tolerates classes among citizens.” So said Supreme Court Justice John M. Harlan in his dissent from the infamous 1896 decision that upheld racial segregation. Today, California’s Constitution “is color-blind, and neither knows nor tolerates classes among citizens.” It is up… Read more “Our Constitution is color-blind.”
Good campaign. Well organized with solid message. Keep fighting.
My son works very diligently and entered college at the age of thirteen. I can’t live thinking another child will take his seat in professional school because of his race. I believe in meritocracy, yet I also believe in helping others when race is not the issue.
How can any politician justify any form of discrimination in the year 2020? Please tell all your friends and neighbors to vote no on Prop. 16.
The dramatic rise in intermarriage has blurred racial lines to the extent that there is no longer even a consensus on who is “white” and who is “minority”. Don’t divide California kids into increasingly meaningless racial categories.
This is trying to pass a discrimination law and can not stand in court. A Federal law established in 1964 is against it.
Merit based, racist free fairness MUST be the goal across all of American society. If a child works hard, no matter what race they are, they MUST be given a fair chance to ascend to the highest levels. If we remove merit as a basis for college entrance… Read more “Fairness for all”
Everyone achieve their wonderful life by paying effort to earn it. People born deserved to have equal opportunities to struggle and gain their desired goal no matter their race, sex, color, ethnicity, or national origin. What PROP.16 advocates is granting privilege to certain group of people against other… Read more “Equal opportunities rather than equal result”
No on PROP 16! Stop discrimination!
The use of race adds to racial injustice. The use of race to create racial equality is un-American. Because our promise is one of equal opportunities, not equal outcomes. The opposite of racial injustice is not racially equal outcomes. The Asian American Legal Foundation opposes Prop 16 and… Read more “Racial discrimination does not cure racial injustice”
“No on Prop 16”.
No on Prop. 16
No racial preference
Because I need everyone have same opportunity for everything. that way can make our America has good future specially will become a really great America in whole world.
I vote against Proposition 16 because it promotes racial discrimination violates Equal Opportunity Rights.
Proposition 16 seeks to repeal the equal protection clause in the California state constitution. It is a divisive bill that will bring back preferential treatment (aka, discrimination) based upon race and gender. We need to set politics and special interests aside, and take a hard look at the… Read more “Proposition 16 Is Divisive”
Let’s fix the root cause of achievement gap in our education system. This is not about any political party.. it’s about knowing the difference between right and wrong. Please get your facts correct before you decide. Vote NO on Prop16!
Tri-Valley Asian Association stands for equal opportunity for all. We support Color-blind Affirmative Action which offers real help to socioeconomically disadvantaged people regardless color of skin. Prop 16 (ACA-5) is the wrong answer to the question. It does nothing but harm to the well-being of the society and… Read more “Prop 16 Perpetuates Racial Disparity”
Prop 16 allows RACE based discrimination for admissions in California UC/State colleges, public employment, and public contracts. People will be measured with the color of their skin instead of their Merit. My Opponent (Ro Khanna) endorsed Prop16 and working hard to create race-based division in society Prop 16… Read more “No Race-Based Discrimination – No for Prop16”
Proposition 16 is divisive, unnecessary and costly. Our communities and concerned citizens must unite to defend the merit-based principle, equal rights for all and fairness!