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Friday, Apr. 13, 2012
The film "Vincent Who?" by director Curtis Chin captures a moment in U.S. history that forged the pan-Asian American identity and civil rights movement.
In 1982, when anti-Japanese sentiment was high because of massive layoffs in the U.S. automotive industry, two white autoworkers crossed paths with Vincent Chin, a Chinese-American man, who was celebrating his bachelor party in a Detroit bar. They berated him for taking their jobs, and after following him outside they beat him to death. The two men were fined $3,000 and didn't serve any time in jail.
Screening dates and times include:
Discussion with the film's director, Curtis Chin, on Wednesday, 5/9/12, 5:30 to 7 p.m., Williman Room in the Benson Center. The student essay contest winner will read his/her essay. Light refreshments will be served.
Legacies Essay Contest: due date is Friday, 5/4/12
Questions? Please contact Mary Ho at email@example.com.