A few days before Christmas, the Michigan State Bar and the city of Ferndale installed two plaques commemorating the case of the killing of Vincent Chin and the campaign that resulted. The State Bar's Legal Milestone Plaque, “From a Whisper to a Rallying Cry,” recognizes the legal changes that have come about because of the Vincent Chin case. These includes such practices as minimum sentencing guidelines, victim’s impact statements, and the importance of sentencing hearings. Craig Covey, the Mayor of Ferndale, installed an second Vincent Chin memorial plaque from the city. This plaque, alongside the other, recognizes the struggles for equality throughout American history by “almost every group that has made this place home.” The plaques were installed at the median at 22828 Woodward at the intersection of Nine Mile Road across the street from the Golden Star Restaurant where Vincent Chin campaign organizing committee, American Citizens for Justice, met. The Golden Star Restaurant is now the Post Bar.