Dir. Susan L. Young, 1994, 60 min.
This documentary portrays two women's roles in an immigrant community as activists and how mainstream society views its Asian community. Two women of Chinese descent discuss and reminisce in 1994 their growth in NYC's Chinatown after the Civil Rights movement in 1974.
Panel with Nellie Hester Bailey, Director of the Harlem Tenants Council and Susan L. Yung, artisit and member of Chinese Americans Against Asian Violence (CAAAV).