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 […]
Good news to share! We’ve just learned of two significant victories in my husband Jun Yu’s discrimination case against Idaho State University.
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.”
Will you be shopping Amazon for the holidays? Your holiday purchases could help benefit #JusticeForJun (my husband is currently fighting against academic injustice) with every order, at no cost to you. As I posted before, I’m an Amazon affiliate. That means whenever you make purchases at Amazon through a link on my site, Amazon gives […]
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.
Did you know that every time you shop at Amazon.com, your order could actually help us in our cause — at no extra cost to you?
When Jun and I used to live in the US, we always heard the stories from Chinese students and friends. How years would pass before they ever traveled to China to see friends and family. It was too difficult for them to return – because of the cost of travel, the hassle of renewing their […]
The Huffington Post just published my article titled “Why I Don’t Trust Psychologists, Thanks to Idaho State University.” Here’s an excerpt: “Maybe you could talk to a counselor about that.” That’s what a good friend wrote to me a few months ago after I confided in her. I had mentioned the enormous stress in my […]
Behind ISU’s Blatant Violations of Professional Standards Are Shadows of Discrimination Against Jun Yu
It’s as if ISU believed, when it came to their behavior with Jun Yu, professional standards and ethics no longer applied. And there’s discrimination there.