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Vincent Chin Bio

Vincent Jen Chin[1] (traditional Chinese: 陳果仁; simplified Chinese: 陈果仁; 1955 – June 23, 1982) was a Chinese American beaten to death in June 1982 in the United States, in the Detroit, Michigan enclave of Highland Park by Chrysler plant superintendent Ronald Ebens, with the help of his stepson, Michael Nitz. The murder generated public outrage over the lenient sentencing the two men originally received in a plea bargain, as the attack, which included blows to the head from a baseball bat, possessed many attributes consistent with hate crimes. Many of the layoffs in Detroit's auto industry, including Nitz in 1979, had been due to the increasing market share of Japanese automakers, leading to allegations that Chinese American Vincent Chin received racially charged comments before his death. [2] The case became a rallying point for the Asian American community, and Ebens and Nitz were put on trial for violating Chin's civil rights. Because the subsequent Federal prosecution was a result of public pressure from a coalition of many Asian ethnic organizations, Vincent Chin's murder is often considered the beginning of a pan-ethnic Asian American movement.[3]

Scorecard | Tue 01 Dec


Pakistan vs England T20

Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah ,11/30/2015, 21:30 (IST)


India vs South Africa Test

Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur ,11/25/2015, 09:30 (IST)

India beat South Africa by 124 runs

Pakistan vs England T20

Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai ,11/26/2015, 21:30 (IST)

England beat Pakistan by 14 runs

Australia vs New Zealand Test

Adelaide Oval, Adelaide ,11/27/2015, 09:00 (IST)

Australia beat New Zealand by 3 wickets