Vincent Wu immigrated to America when he was 9, lived in New York City until 1955, and then went to San Francisco Chinatown. He attended University of Illinois for graduate studies, and that’s where he went down to Selma, AL in March 1965. The 50th Anniversary of Selma was a moving reminder of the progress and enduring quest for justice in America.

Faith and Activism, Step by Step
Reflections from the Last Surviving Japanese American Who Walked in the 1965 Selma Protest
by Alisa Wong with Todd Endo

LOOKING AT A PHOTO FROM 1963, you can spot Todd Endo with his mother and other Nisei, second generation Japanese Americans, around his mother’s age.