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César Chávez and the Forgotten Filipino Farmworkers

César Chávez and the Forgotten Filipino Farmworkers

by Jamilah King on March 28 2014, 10:58AM

It’s important to remember that Chávez did try to build alliances.

Topics: Culture

L.A. May Send Hundreds of Foreign Teachers Back to Their Home Countries

L.A. May Send Hundreds of Foreign Teachers Back to Their Home Countries

by Jorge Rivas on December 12 2012, 12:26PM

Foreign teachers who have been teaching in L.A. schools for more than six years are being forced home.

Topics: Immigration, /NOW

Are Immigrants Flooding the Military for U.S. Citizenship?

Are Immigrants Flooding the Military for U.S. Citizenship?

by Julianne Hing on July 6 2011, 2:30PM

Military service is not exactly the breezy fast track to citizenship it can appear to be.

Topics: Immigration

Cult Actress Tura Satana Dies at 72

Cult Actress Tura Satana Dies at 72

by Jamilah King on February 7 2011, 3:23PM

The legendary actress survived abuse, internment and later inspired “Kill Bill.”

Topics: Arts & Culture

Today, Mad Love for 8-Year-Old B-Boys

Today, Mad Love for 8-Year-Old B-Boys

by Jorge Rivas on December 3 2010, 5:53PM

Keeping the art alive in Hawaii. CUTENESS.

Topics: Celebrate Love

Filipina Nurses See Discrimination in San Francisco Health System

Filipina Nurses See Discrimination in San Francisco Health System

by Michelle Chen on August 20 2010, 9:20AM

The California Nurses Association accused a major healthcare company of “systematic discrimination against the hiring of Filipino registered nurses.”

Topics: Immigration, On Gender

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