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For Joyce Xi, the Justice Department's false accusations against her dad have led to a years-long search for answers. Click to read her op-ed in Teen Vogue detailing her experience and how the government’s discrimination and baseless prosecution of her dad has shaped her life.
Asian American Scholar Forum data shows decline in scientists of Asian descent staying in the U.S. and likelihood of pursuing federal funding due to climate of fear.
In January 2022, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) published the implementation guide for NSPM-33. In April 2022, five Asian American scholar organizations presented the following recommendations to the OSTP Subcommittee on Research Security, National Science and Technology Council.
AASF fully supports AAJC's statement made on Feb 23, 2022. Today, the U.S. Department of Justice announced an end to the controversial “China Initiative,” and a series of changes to their national security approach to address concerns of profiling of Asian Americans and immigrants lifted up by Advancing Justice - AAJC and other civil rights and academic groups.  
By Eileen Guoarchive, MIT Technology Review, January 20, 2022