Vincent Chin was killed for being Asian - Watch the movie!
Vincent Chin was murdered in Detroit by two white autoworkers who said, "it's because of you mother** that we're out of work." When the judge fined the killers a mere $3,000 and three years of probation, Asian Americans around the country galvanized to form a real community and movement. This documentary, inspired by a series of townhalls organized by Asian Pacific Americans for Progress on the 25th Anniversary of the case, features interviews with 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.
To honor the 29th anniversary of the death of Vincent Chin (June 23, 2011), an online version of "Vincent Who?" can be viewed for free. This limited-time offer (until the end of July 2011) is brought to you by Asian Pacific Americans for Progress (APAP) and the producers of "Vincent Who?" via a new website: www.vincentwhomovie.com.
Please note that this new site, www.vincentwhomovie.com, along with the APAP website, are the only sites affiliated with the non-profit efforts of APAP and the film's producers, including the documentary's writer/producer, Curtis Chin. Because there may be unaffiliated, for-profit sites, we encourage you to turn to www.vincentwhomovie.com and APAP.
Below is the trailer. The movie starts right AFTER the trailer on the www.vincentwhomovie.com site.