Featured on AsAm News: Discrimination Complaint by Asian American Student against Idaho State University Moves Forward

Last year, AsAm News, a website devoted to documenting the Asian American experience, published one of the best stories about my husband’s discrimination lawsuit. I’m excited that AsAm News has once again provided some fine coverage on Jun Yu’s case with a story titled Discrimination Complaint by Asian American Student against Idaho State University Moves Forward.

Here’s an excerpt from the article:

The Federal Court in the District of Idaho has handed an Asian American student a legal victory in his discrimination lawsuit against Idaho State University.

The court approved a motion by attorneys for defendant Jun Yu to expand his complaint from three to 18 counts of wrongdoing….

Among the new counts is that the University denied Yu his [substantive] due process rights when it removed him from the doctorate program in clinical psychology in 2013.

Coulter said Yu’s dismissal from the program “was arbitrary and capricious as well as a substantial departure from accepted academic norm.”

Head on over to AsAm News to read the full piece. And if you love it, share it!

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