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New Podcast Shares Uniquely Filipino-American Stories

Journalist Paola Mardo’s podcast Long Distance uncovers the highs and lows of Filipino Americans’ personal narratives.

Exclusive: Watch L.A. Artist Low Leaf Explore Her Filipino Roots Through Creating Her Sound

The Filipino American musician grew up playing classical music. But she despised it.

César Chávez and the Forgotten Filipino Farmworkers

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

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

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

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

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

Cult Actress Tura Satana Dies at 72

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

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

Keeping the art alive in Hawaii. CUTENESS.

Filipina Nurses See Discrimination in San Francisco Health System

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