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Sunday, June 17 • 10:00am - 1:45pm
Where is Vincent Chin?: Asian American Tour of Detroit

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The presence of Detroit Asian Americans activism is often excluded from general narratives of the city and Asian American history.

We will build upon collective awareness and knowledge by facilitating a tour of Detroit through the lenses of Asian American justice organizing and geographic movements. We will collectively connect to past and future locations of struggle and community building in Detroit and beyond.
*To sign up for a tour, please visit the Info Desk in the Student Center*


Rebecca J. Kinney

Bowling Green State University
Rebecca J. Kinney is a teacher and scholar of ethnic studies and urban studies. She grew up in Metro Detroit and is currently work on community development history of Rust Belt Chinatowns.

Soh Suzuki

Soh Suzuki was introduced to Detroit's grassroots community organizing initiatives through the planning of the 20th year remembrance of Vincent Chin's murder and then working with Detroit Summer to create a community based mural in Chinatown. He resided at the Boggs Center to Nurture... Read More →

Sunday June 17, 2018 10:00am - 1:45pm
SHUTTLE STOP: Anthony Wayne + Kirby