Committed to creating a bridge between the Asian community and the police, Agnes Chan, a 20-year-old college student and immigrant daughter of a Chinatown garment factory worker, became ... See full summary »

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Eric Adams ...
Himself - NYPD Lt.
Agnes Chan ...
Herself - NYPD Detective
Herbert Daughtrey ...
Himself - Pastor, Brooklyn (as Rev. Dr. Herbert Daughtrey)
Christine Leung-Chuah ...
Herself - NYPD Detective
Paul May ...
Himself - NYPD Sgt.-ret.
Margie Moore ...
Herself - Director, National Center for Women and Policing
Zoraida Najarro ...
Herself - National Lawyers Guild, Rutgers University
Trish Ormsby ...
Herself - NYPD Officer
Ermena Vinluan ...
Herself - animated narrator
Billy Yun ...
Himself - NYPD Lt.
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Committed to creating a bridge between the Asian community and the police, Agnes Chan, a 20-year-old college student and immigrant daughter of a Chinatown garment factory worker, became NYPD's first Asian woman police officer in 1980. Intrigued by the image of Asian women in a non-traditional career, filmmaker Ermena Vinluan explores her activist ideas about cops while honoring the challenges the three women in the film embraced and the changes they accomplished. Written by Ermena Vinluan and Mary Boncher

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Three petite immigrant women change the face of the NYPD -- and its soul. See more »

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