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Federal case aiming to halt international students from post-graduation work met with discontent at UMN
Many University of Minnesota students say they are upset with the proposed changes to the Optional Practical Training program.
"We want to raise awareness in this community and in this neighborhood," said one of the organizers of the protest. "We wanted to relate, try to get people to think about why should they care. We want to show that there is someone all the way in Minnesota, all the way across the road, supporting people in Hong Kong for this protest."
In 1975, Minneapolis passed an ordinance preventing discrimination against transgender and gender non-conforming individuals, making it the first city in the country to do so.
Last fall, the University had staff or alumni recruiting in 37 different cities worldwide.
“We want this event to be a place where first-year and transfer students as well as other undergraduates can meet new people and socialize,” said Tyler Vongphachanh, the recruitment chair of Pi Delta Psi, the first Asian American Fraternity organization at the University of Minnesota.
As of 2017, the organization has reached one million women and girls in over 123 countries, according to a Days for Girls annual report.
“The depreciation of [the Chinese yuan] increases my living expense here,” said Noki Cheng, a 22-year-old Chinese transfer student. He also said the fluctuating exchange rate has an effect.
Many international students are still passionate about the conflicts even though they are more than 7,000 miles away from the heart of the movement.