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January 2016
Korematsu Day talk, Grand Valley State University and Northville High School

January 2015
Korematsu Day talks at Grand Valley State University, Michigan State University, and Troy High School

January 2014
Korematsu Day talks at University of Michigan Law School and Huron High School

January 2013
Korematsu Day Talks at Troy High School

September 27-28, 2012
Advancing Justice Conference in Chicago
Click here for more: Advancing Justice Conference

August 24-25, 2012
V3 Digital Media Conference presented by AAJA-LA | Vision. Visibility. Voice.
Asian American Pacific Islander bloggers, writers, artists, musicians, activists, educators, and journalists come together in Los Angeles.
V3 Digital Media Conference presented by AAJA-LA | Vision. Visibility. Voice.
Saturday, June 23, 2012
American Citizens for Justice A 30th Year Remembrance
Chinese Community Center, 32585 Concord Dr, Madison Heights, MI, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Keynote Speaker: Frank Wu, Chancellor/Dean, Univ. of California Hastings School of Law
Panel discussions on the historic case, community action, role of media, and the relevance of the movement for today's issues
Gravesite visit at 2:30 p.m. in Detroit (Forest Lawn Cemetery)
Contact: prasanna@americancitizensforjustice.com, hwangr@aol.com

Saturday, June 23, 2012, 2pm EST/11am PST/8am HST
American Pacific Americans for Progress Google Hangout
For more information, email: apafp@apaforprogress.org and web:http://apaforprogress.org

Detroit Asian Youth Project events:
Tour of Asia America in Detroit: Then and Now
Meet at: St. Raymond Church 20103 Joann St., Detroit at 2:45pm
(across from Nsoroma Institute)
You can also join us at Vincent Chin's gravesite at 3:30pm
Tour created and led by youth from the Detroit Asian Youth Project

Celebrate, Restore, and Create in Detroit’s Historical Chinatown
Peterboro St. and Cass St., Detroit
Food Included!
Fun brought to you by Detroit Summer and Detroit Asian Youth Project

PLEASE RSVP and send questions to dayproject@gmail.com or 313-454-1329

"Asian Pacific American History and the Law" course in Sociology to be taught at University of Michigan Dearborn, Winter 2012

Past Events:

Project Launch 2012

Saturday, April 7, 2012
Spark your Identity
International Taiwanese American Student Association (ITASA) Midwest Conference
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Saturday, April 7, 2012
Legacy of the Vincent Chin Case
University of Michigan Yuri Kochiyama Leadership Program

Tuesday, April 10, 2012, 6 pm
Vincent Who? with Curtis Chin, Roland Hwang, and panel discussion
University of Michigan School of Public Health, SPHII M1020

May 12, 2012
UCLA Association of Chinese Americans (ACA)'s Chinese American Culture Night (CACN): Vincent Chin story.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Revisiting Vincent: The Legacy of the Vincent Chin Case 30 Years Later: Performance, Talkback, and Reception. A staged presentation of the transcripts from the Vincent Chin case. This dramatic adaptation is composed of original trial transcriptions, video interviews, and personal testimonies. Presented by the Asian American Bar Association of New York, Asian American Arts Alliance, and Museum of Chinese in America. Co-sponsored by the A/P/A Institute and Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund.

Friday, June 15, 2012
"Light the Night against Hate"
Frances Kai-Hwa Wang will be speaking at the Vincent Chin Memorial at Nine and Woodward, Ferndale, MI www.ferndalepride.com