Read the AAPI Heritage Month Message from EEOC Jenny R. Yang here.
The Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation hosted a reenactment for the National Consortium on Racial and Ethnic Fairness in the Courts. Read more here.
NPR’s Weekend Edition ran a story on Saturday, Nov. 9, about AABANY’s latest trial re-enactment, “22 Lewd Chinese Women,” which premiered at the NAPABA National Convention in Kansas City, MO, on Nov. 8. Read more here.
For the last seven years, Judge Denny Chin of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has also been writing historic reenactments of Asian American trials. Read more here.
Ona Wang Participates in Historic Reenactment at National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Convention. Read more here.
In 1944, the U.S. Government charged 63 Nisei (first-generation Japanese-Americans) imprisoned at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center in Wyoming with draft evasion. On July 11 Cadwalader hosted a case reenactment. Read more here.
“Iva: The Myth of Tokyo Rose”, directed by Soriya Chum and Elena Chang, is the trial case about Iva Toguri, a Japanese American citizen, who was accused of treason during World War II, was performed on stage at the Asia Society on Thursday, May 16th. Read more here.
On Tuesday, February 28, Cadwalader’s New York office hosted a reenactment of two U.S. Supreme Court cases, Ozawa and Thind. See the video here.
The Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA) of Fordham put on a reenactment of the trial for the murder of Vincent Chin, which started the Asian American civil rights movement. Read more here.
Judge Denny Chin of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit illuminated the legal history of Asian Americans in the 12th annual Korematsu Lecture, “Great Asian-American Trials,” on March 8. Read more here.