Rev. Norman Fong, 7/26/05, San Francisco


Rev. Norman Fong, 7/26/05, San Francisco
Recorded by Reese Erlich

Total 18:30

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This is Rev. Norman Fong, the former co-founder of Asian Americans for Justice. ///

Asian Americans for Justice was the Bay Area branch of the national.

.48
We gathered together because we were shocked with what happened in the Vincent Chin case. Lilly China came to Bay Area. Read more...

Helen Zia, SF, 8/2/05


Helen Zia, SF, 8/2/05
Recorded by Reese Erlich

55.25 total

.5 I’m Helen Zia. I’m one of the organizers and founders of American Citizens for Justice, the grass roots organization that led the campaign for justice for Vincent Chin, who was killed in hate crime in 1982.

.39 I’m Helen Zia, co-author with Wen Ho Lee of his book My Country vs. Me, the story of his persecution Read more...

Bill Hing tape log 8/1/05

Bill Hing tape log 8/1/05
Recorded by Reese Erlich

Total 45.42

.12 This is Bill Hing. I’m a professor of law and Asian American Studies at University of California, Davis.

.35 I am Bill Hing. I’m a professor of law and Asian American Studies at University of California, Davis.

.55
The 65 reform laws were very family oriented. It was about promoting family reunification. The problem with the Fujianese migration is that the Fujianese who want to come to the US don’t have the relatives necessary Read more...