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The Asian Pacific Islander Assembly (APIA) Caucus held it's 1st Annual Film Festival at the Crest Theater in downtown Sacramento. Screenings of "Vincent Who?" and "The Manzanar Fishing Club" drew a large audience made up of students, community activists, State legislators, and even former internees from Japanese Relocation Centers.
"Vincent Who?" emphasized the importance of remembering lessons from the past, as it reviewed the killing of Vincent Chin in 1982, who was murdered by two unemployed autoworkers in Detroit. Mistaking him for Japanese, they blamed him for their problems and beat him to death. As the film reminded the audience, the two never served one day in prison.
The second film, "The Manzanar Fishing Club" rewound the cloud to review the injustices of the Japanese Internment, by showing how the simple joys of fishing brought another dimension to the internees. The message was further driven home to the audience as on of the original "Fishing Club" was in the theater that night.