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Vincent Who DVD for Institutional Use

Vincent Who DVD for Institutional Use

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Asian Pacific Americans for Progress is proud to announce our first documentary, "Vincent Who?"

*** WINNER OF THE 2009 Media Award from the National Association for Multicultural Education ***

VINCENT WHO? (40 minutes) - In 1982, Vincent Chin was murdered in Detroit by two white autoworkers at the height of anti-Japanese sentiments. For the first time, Asian Americans around the country galvanized to form a real community and movement. This documentary, inspired by a series of town halls organized by Asian Pacific Americans for Progress on the 25th anniversary of the case, features interviews with the key players at the time, as well as a whole new generation of activists. "Vincent Who?" asks how far Asian Americans have come since then and how far we have yet to go.

Featured interviews include: Helen Zia (lead activist during the Chin trial), Renee Tajima Pena (director, "Who Killed Vincent Chin?"), Stewart Kwoh (Executive Director, Asian Pacific American Legal Center), Lisa Ling (journalist), Sumi Pendakur (Univ. of Southern California), Dale Minami (civic rights attorney), Frank Wu (former Dean, Wayne State Law School), Doua Thor (Executive Director, Southeast Asian Resource Action Center) and a group of five diverse young APA activists whose lives were impacted by Vincent Chin.

To book a screening and q/a with the writer/producer, please email curtis at apaforprogress.org

INSTITUTIONAL DVD - For colleges, libraries, law firms and other public screenings.