The Japanese American Student Association will be showing The Untold Story of Ralph Carr and the Japanese on May 16th, 2013 in MU 109B at 5:30pm and Vincent Who on May 23rd in the same location and
times Trailer: http://vimeo.com/28381711 Start at 3:50-7:19 seconds This historical documentary tells the little-known story of Ralph Carr, who was the Governor of Colorado from 1939-1943. Governor
Carr was a passionate defender of Japanese Americans' rights when people of Japanese ancestry, including many American citizens, were relocated to internment camps in 1942.The documentary also shares
the experiences of Japanese Americans affected by the internment and the challenges of the time. Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_rwnyM1vtE Vincent Who? is a documentary film that was
released in 2009. It details the 1982 murder of Vincent Chin that occurred in Detroit, Michigan. Chin was a 27-year-old Chinese-American who was beaten to death with a baseball bat by two Detroit
autoworkers, who had mistakenly thought that he was Japanese and, in their minds, was responsible for the loss of jobs in the U.S. auto industry. As part of making the film, producer Curtis Chin (who
is not related to Vincent Chin) asked approximately 80 young Asian Americans if they had ever heard of Vincent Chin — they hadn't. The film begins by explaining that Chin's killers, Ronald Ebens and
Michael Nitz, were originally charged with second-degree murder but were allowed to plead guilty to a lesser charge of manslaughter. Judge Charles Kaufman, who sentenced them to three years'
probation and a $3,000 fine, explained his leniency by saying, \"These weren't the kind of men you send to jail.\" The National Association for Multicultural Education gave Vincent Who? its 2009
Multicultural Media Award.