Category Archives: I-200

In the Battle Against I-1000, Asians are the Underprivileged

Proponents of I-1000 claim that they are going after “white privilege”, and consider the Asian American Community a part of the group that has benefited from I-200. However, in the battle against I-1000, Asian Americans are the underprivileged. Asian Americans bounded together to fight against I-1000 are facing an uphill battle against special interest groups,… Read More »

I-1000 Is A 21st Century Chinese Exclusion Act

75 years after Chinese Exclusion Act was repealed in this country, Governor Inslee and some state legislators want to bring back Chinese Exclusion Act once more. Governor Jay Inslee issued a statement on Friday, Jan. 4th , and placed passing I-1000 by the Legislature on high priority in the 2019 session. I-1000, an Initiative to… Read More »

Join our fight for I-200

I-1000, an Initiative to the Legislature to repeal I-200, submitted 350K signatures on Friday, January 4th, 2019. Governor Jay Inslee immediately issued a statement and placed passing I-1000 by the Legislature on high priority in the upcoming session. The upcoming fight against I-1000 and for I-200 will be a tough one. We need all the… Read More »

I-200 Banned Discrimination, Now I-1000 Wants to Bring it Back

Lots of recent criticisms against President Trump is that he supports discrimination against country of origin, race, sex. People pushing for Initiative 1000 (I-1000) are trying to bring back discrimination that has been banned since 1998 in Washington state.   Which side are those people on? In 1998, voters passed Washington State Civil Rights Initiative, i.e.… Read More »

Initiative 1644 Is All About Preferential Treatment

Initiative 1644 is collecting voter signatures trying to get onto this November’s ballot. People and organizations behind I-1644 on purposely misled well intentioned voters with words “Equality” to mask their true discrimination intend. In I-1644’s petition form, it says “This measure would allow government to implement affirmative action that does not constitute preferential treatment in… Read More »

Meet-and-Greet with Mr. John Carlson

The Meet-and-Greet meeting with Mr. John Carlson will be held at Redmond library this Saturday (March 17th) at 12 noon. It is a great opportunity to learn from the man who led a successful campaign that passed Initiative 200, Washington Civil Rights Initiative, in 1998. We’ll first hear Mr. Carlson give us a talk, followed… Read More »

States that ban discrimination

California  Proposition 209 (also known as the California Civil Rights Initiative or CCRI), passed by California voters in November 1996, amended the California Constitution to prohibits the state, local governments, districts, public universities, colleges, and schools, and other government instrumentalities from discriminating against or giving preferential treatment to any individual or group in public employment, public education, or public… Read More »