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What Vincent Chin's Death Taught Us Fifth & Mission

    • Politics

Thirty-nine years ago, Vincent Chin was beaten to death by two white men. His murder prompted Black political activist Rev. Jesse Jackson to visit San Francisco Chinatown in 1984 to help speak out against anti-Asian violence. Longtime Chinatown activist Rev. Norman Fong joins host Cecilia Lei to reflect on the challenges of Asian and Black community solidarity as anti-Asian violence persists in the Bay Area.
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Thirty-nine years ago, Vincent Chin was beaten to death by two white men. His murder prompted Black political activist Rev. Jesse Jackson to visit San Francisco Chinatown in 1984 to help speak out against anti-Asian violence. Longtime Chinatown activist Rev. Norman Fong joins host Cecilia Lei to reflect on the challenges of Asian and Black community solidarity as anti-Asian violence persists in the Bay Area.
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