Committee of 100 Condemns the Recent Anti-Indian Xenophobia Used by Political Commentator Ann Coulter

New York, NY (February 17, 2022) — Committee of 100, a nonprofit organization of prominent Chinese Americans, today issued the following statement in response to political commentator Ann Coulter’s recent comments about Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley.

“The racist slurs, tropes and hate that political commentator Ann Coulter directed against Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley are deplorable, disgusting, and inexcusable. This type of language only contributes to the vicious cycle of hatred, bigotry and violence directed at minority communities across the U.S.,” said Zhengyu Huang, President of Committee of 100. “Born in America, the U.S. is Nikki Haley’s country and Nikki Haley is as American as Ann Coulter. As a society, we cannot sit idly by and allow racially charged language to go unchecked. Words have meaning, and racially charged words have consequences. We strongly condemn the language used by Ann Coulter and stand united with our brothers and sisters in the Indian American community.”

About Committee of 100
Committee of 100 is a non-profit U.S. leadership organization of prominent Chinese Americans in business, government, academia, healthcare, and the arts focused on public policy engagement, civic engagement, and philanthropy. For more than 30 years, Committee of 100 has served as a preeminent organization committed to the dual missions of promoting the full participation of Chinese Americans in all aspects of American life and constructive relations between the United States and Greater China.

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Charles Zinkowski

Sr. Director of Marketing & Communications

Committee of 100


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