watch vincent who? online for free

This weekend marks the 29th anniversary of the death of Vincent Chin, the hate crime victim whose murder gave birth to an Asian American activist movement. To honor the occasion, Asian Pacific Americans for Progress and the producers of the documentary Vincent Who? are making the film available for viewing online. Here's part one:

The 40-minute documentary inspired by a series of town hall events organized by APAP on the 25th Anniversary of the case, features interviews with key players at the time, as well as a whole new generation of activists, asking how far our community has come since then and how far we have to go.

You can watch the whole thing for free right now through July. Catch it while you can. Watch it here and spread the word. And for more information about the film, including the upcoming screening tour schedule and additional research material on the case, go to the Vincent Who? website.

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