Dear Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Organization Leaders:

It has been 2 years since the video of YG's "Meet the Flockers" first appeared on YOUTUBE and other media. This video incites hate crimes against Chinese American residents and businesses. In recent years, Philadelphia, Houston, Atlanta, and New York have suffered an increase in crimes committed against Asian Americans, including violent crimes such as armed robberies and burglaries. The safety of life and property of Asian Americans is under threat.

Although the video has been removed from YouTube under the protest of AAPI Organizations, it is still abetting crimes of violence against Chinese Americans in other media. In order to thoroughly fight hate crimes against Chinese American residents and businesses, the New Civil Rights Alliance, Asian Education Alliance, and Chinese Lawyers Association calls on all Chinese American communities to join our complaint against YG submitted to the U.S. Department of Justice. We hereby request the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate this matter and take appropriate actions to prevent Chinese Americans from victimization by this hateful video.

Petition:  CABA Letter to DOJ (Drafted by Lawyer Raymond H.Wong)

Last time, the letter drafted and submitted to Google/YouTube by Lawyer Qiang Bjornbak and David Q. Cao has put press on YouTube. The video was removed from YouTube, but it is still kept in many other media. Now Lawyer Qiang Bjornbak and Raymond H.Wong draft "Follow up Letter to Google/YouTube" again, please sign and join in this joint appeals action:  Follow up Letter to Google / YouTube

In order to protect Chinese Americans, Please fill in the form in English and join our complaint!

When I click to Submit, I guarantee that I have the right to represent the organization I have filled in, and sign the petition which is written by the Chinese Lawyers Association to the US Department of Justice to protest YG's videos on the incitement to rob Chinese and Chinese Americans. I support and join in this joint appeals action.

Thank you and your organization for your great support!