Vincent Chin: Dead or Alive? A Panel Discussion

Vincent Chin: Dead or Alive? A Panel Discussion

On June 19, 1982, in Detroit, a young man named Vincent Chin was enjoying his bachelor party with friends when they were accosted by two white men, who blamed them for the success of Japan’s auto industry. “It’s because of you we’re out of work,” they were said to have shouted. The men bludgeoned Vincent, 27, with a baseball bat. He died from his injuries four days later. The assailants served no jail time.

On the 35th anniversary of this horrific hate crime, we continue the discussions that ...

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44 attendees (None invited)

Venue

Chatham Square Library, NYPL
33 E Broadway

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