By Louis Chan
AsAmNews National Correspondent
A coalition of more than one dozen Asian American groups is set to demonstrate Tuesday and Wednesday in support of Sherry Chen, a Chinese American fired from her federal job even after spy charges against her were dropped for lack of evidence.
The demonstrations will take place … Read more
A discrimination hearing will be heard this month for a Chinese American who lost her job with the National Weather Service after wrongly being charged with spying for China.
Sherry Chen worked for seven years for the National Weather Service in Ohio between 2007 and 2014. Spy charges against her were eventually dropped by … Read more
By Frances Fu
On Tuesday evening at the City College of San Francisco, Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus teamed up with various Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) and social justice groups to host … Read more
By Ed Diokno
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights is joining the call by Asian American members of Congress and civil rights organization for an investigation on the targeting and prosecution of Chinese Americans suspected of spying.
The rules add an extra layer of oversight and members of APAC hope this will slow racial profiling and overzealous … Read more
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights has joined the calls asking Attorney General Loretta Lynch to launch an investigation into the suspected racial profiling of Chinese Americans.
Nothing appears to have been resolved after a closed door meeting between members of Congress and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch about the botched arrests of Chinese American scientists.
The New York Times is reporting that the government is moving to fire a Chinese American hydrologists who was recently cleared of espionage charges.
The case against Sherry Chen is the latest that has prompted a coalition of Asian American groups as well as 22 Congresspeople to call for investigation into racially-motivated prosecutions of Asian … Read more
Members of Congress are calling for an investigation into the dropped charges against a Chinese American National Weather Service employee falsely charged with spying for China, reports the Want China Times.
Sherry Chen was accused of using a stolen password to gather information for China about our nation’s dams.
The charges were abruptly dropped … Read more