Kudos to colleague Frances Kai-Hwa Wang, who has just won a 2019 Knight Arts Challenge Detroit award. The book will be published by Wayne State University Press and the digital arts archive will be housed at UM Library in perpetuity. 


Here is the short description of the Knight Arts Challenge Detroit project for your reference:

Frances Kai-Hwa Wang 
"Beyond Vincent Chin: Legacies in Action and Art"
An anthology of essays by Asian American activists and a digital arts archive that enables reflection by Asian American activists, artists and allies on the landmark Vincent Chin case    


Link to press release 



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In addition, Frances was recently named a Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights Detroit Equity Action Lab Race and Justice Reporting Initiative Fellow. This fellowship is funded by Knight Foundation, Ford Foundation, and Community Foundation For Southeast Michigan, and Frances will report a story about Asian American artists working on social justice issues in Detroit.

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