The Fight For WeChat Is A Fight For American Civil Rights ('Escape From Plan A' Ep. 212)

On September 19, 2020, Judge Laurel Beeler in San Francisco granted a preliminary injunction to stop the Trump Administration's executive order that would remove WeChat and its software support from

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On September 19, 2020, Judge Laurel Beeler in San Francisco granted a preliminary injunction to stop the Trump Administration's executive order that would remove WeChat and its software support from U.S. app stores, effectively banning the Chinese "superapp."


In this special unlocked bonus, Jess, Diana, Chris, and Teen dive into the details of the executive orders against WeChat and TikTok, and contextualize the upcoming trial to keep WeChat in American cyberspace. Like US vs Wong Kim Ark and Yick Wo vs Hopkins, US WeChat Users Alliance vs Donald Trump recalls the underreported and under-appreciated heritage of Chinese American legal battles that defined American concepts of citizenship and civil rights. It will potentially be a Supreme Court case that will define the civil liberties of all Americans in the digital age.

Please consider donating to US WeChat Users Alliance.

TWITTER: Teen (@mont_jiang) Chris (@JesuInToast) Diana (@discoveryduck). Jess (@cogitatotomato)

REFERENCED RESOURCES:
-NYTimes: "WeChat Ban Makes U.S.-China Standoff Personal"

-US WeChat Users Alliance Vs Donald Trump

-US WeChat Users Alliance Order on Motion for Preliminary Injunction

-US vs Korematsu

-US vs Wong Kim Ark

-Yick Wo vs Hopkins

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