Justice for Jun
When I look back, I think to myself, what a miracle. When we needed help, people stood up and surrounded us to say, “I care.”
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There’s a human side to a US lawsuit. It’s inevitable that a huge US Federal Court case will ultimately affect you in countless ways, changing your life.
It’s hard to believe our trip to the US is about to come to a close! We’re hopping a plane back to China this coming Monday, September 19. As many of you know, we came here because of my husband’s lawsuit (you can learn more about that here). The lawsuit still continues. And I’d be […]
I wrote a blog post almost 5 years ago titled Sharing the Sweetness and the Sorrows, inspired by the hardships we began facing then. I thought about it recently because we’re still facing hardships, but in a different form (you can learn more about our fight against injustice here), and still finding ways to share […]
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3 Lessons I’ve Learned About Modern Racism from Idaho State University’s Bad Behavior Towards My Husband
It was painful witnessing the horrendous damage that Idaho State University inflicted upon my husband — but it also taught me a lot about modern racism.
How could I continue writing? It was hard to find the love and beauty in a world that seemed content to arbitrarily shatter all of our dreams and hard work.
AsAm News has published one of the best stories about Jun Yu’s case, capturing the strengths of his lawsuit against Idaho State University.
Expert reports are not just a legal strength in Jun Yu’s case. They can also make for fascinating reading and reveal just how much ISU screwed up.