Frank Wu - Higher Education
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Frank Wu
Frank Wu is a Distinguished Professor at University of California Hastings College of the Law, where he formerly served as chancellor and dean.


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How We Look at Each Other

by | December 13, 2018 The random encounters of strangers are among the best means to assess attitudes about race. Read more

How Do We Persuade the New Asian Alt-Right?

by | November 15, 2018
I write to ask my progressive friends, especially those sympathetic to Asian Americans, to help [...] Read more

Birthright Citizenship is Under Attack…Again

by | November 1, 2018
Birthright citizenship unites people of color. The principle is under attack again. The two pro [...] Read more

Remembering Chancellor Chang-Lin Tien, Champion of Affirmative Action

by | October 9, 2018
This past week, I was moved by the memorial for the late Chancellor Chang-Lin Tien. The first A [...] Read more

My Student’s ‘A’ Paper

by | September 24, 2018
A student of mine wrote a great paper that I would like to share, explaining how racial conside [...] Read more

Doubts About Diversity

by | August 6, 2018
I am skeptical that any of us embraces “diversity” as much as we might believe. [...] Read more

Being a Tourist is Not the Same as Being a Minority

by | July 5, 2018
I recently returned from China. I spent the summer teaching American law, in English. As a Chin [...] Read more

Asian Americans: Right to Be Angry at Harvard, Not African-Americans

by | June 20, 2018
People of all backgrounds become so angry about affirmative action that it is difficult to disc [...] Read more

The Dilemma of Diversity

by | June 12, 2018
Opponents of racial diversity often style themselves as proponents of intellectual diversity. T [...] Read more

Being a Good Ally

by | May 16, 2018
Much has been said about the African-American graduate student at Yale who was reported by a Wh [...] Read more

African-Americans and Asian Americans in Dialogue?

by | May 6, 2018
I write to my African-American friends to suggest three reasons for including Asian Americans i [...] Read more