Sunday, June 24, 2012

Vincent Chin case articles compiled at apaforprogress.com

I've been tracking the 30th Anniversary of the Vincent Chin case all this week, including 18 hours Saturday covering the National Townhall (several events across the country connected by Google Hangout and Twitter) sponsored by APAs for Progress. Google unofficially says that this was the second largest Google Hangout ever, second only to one with President Obama.

If you are interested, I have lots more resources and articles and media coverage about the Vincent Chin case collected at my other website, http://www.rememberingvincentchin.com. Please check out the site and send me your thoughts. If you're on twitter, you can check out my twitter feed at http://www.twitter.com/fkwang (@fkwang) or the hashtag #vc30.  I am also collecting short responses to the questions: What does the Vincent Chin case mean to you? How does the Vincent Chin case inspire you? Email me back your responses and I'll post them on rememberingvincentchin.com! 

Here are my other compilations and blog posts at APAforprogress.com/blogs/fkwang

Roundup of Vincent Chin articles 4 Sun, 06/24/2012 - 12:36

Roundup 3 of Vincent Chin articles so far Fri, 06/22/2012 - 23:18

Frances Kai-Hwa Wang's article in Chicagoistheworld.org Thu, 06/21/2012 - 14:27
Frances Kai-Hwa Wang's article in Chicagoistheworld.org about the Vincent Chin case, Ferndale Pride's Light the Night against Hate, and how we're all in this together, "Crossing boundaries and standing up for justice together. NoH8.

Roundup 2 of Vincent Chin articles Thu, 06/21/2012 - 13:39

Roundup of Vincent Chin articles this 30th anniversary Wed, 06/20/2012 - 13:32

RememberingVincentChin.com postcard project Sat, 06/09/2012 - 10:58

The RememberingVincentChin.com postcard project is a small independent project of Frances Kai-Hwa Wang to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of the baseball bat beating death of Vincent Chin by asking the question of people everywhere: What does the Vincent Chin case mean to you? How does the Vincent Chin case inspire you?

For more information, check out my other blog at rememberingvincentchin.com.

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