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Immigration Plan Disappoints Undocumented Filipino Students
Jan 31, 2013
Undocumented Filipino students benefited from President Barack Obama’s deferred action policy, which has allowed them to temporarily stay and work in the country.Now, they are calling on the president for permanent solutions to their immigration woes.But after hearing the bipartisan...
Immigration Plan Disappoint Undocumented Filipino Students
Jan 30, 2013
  These undocumented Filipino students benefited from President Barack Obama’s deferred action policy, which has allowed them to temporarily stay and work in the country.Now, they are calling on the president for permanent solutions to their immigration woes.But after hearing...
Ethnic Media's Collective Message to the White House: Do It Now
Jan 28, 2013
Editor's Note: This editorial was produced in association with New America Media (http://www.newamericamedia.org), a national association of ethnic media, and was published by more than 50 ethnic media across the country to bring attention to the urgency of immigration reform....
2013년 이민법 개혁을 위한 소수계 언론의 공동 선언
Jan 27, 2013
편집자 주: 본 관련 기사는 미 소수계 언론연합인 뉴어메리카미디어 에서 제공하며 미 전역의 소수계 언론이 이민법 개혁의 즉각적인 대처와 관심을 촉구하고 있다. 백악관과 의회는 정당하고 인권을 생각하는 포괄적 이민 개혁법을 신속하게 개정해야 한다. 2012년 대선 이후 민주당 및 공화당 의원들은...
What Census Box Are Hispanics Supposed to Check Now?
Jan 08, 2013
The U.S. Census Bureau is considering changes to its questionnaire to make it easier for Latinos to identify themselves. Those in favor of the possible changes say they will lead to a more accurate snapshot of America's Hispanics. Those against...
Year in Review: The Top 10 Asian American Sports Figures of 2012
Jan 07, 2013
2012 was a great year for Asian American athletes. Despite a strike-shortened regular season, the NBA had major excitement, thanks to the rise of a Taiwanese American point guard from Harvard. The NBA championship series was won by the Miami...
Overcoming Depression: A Young FilAm Shares His Experience
Dec 27, 2012
I battled major depression and anxiety since I was a child and through my teenage years. The revelation is almost always a surprise because I’m known to speak in front of college groups and because I talk to people all...
White House Release of Report May Help Filipino WWII Vets Get Their Due
Dec 02, 2012
 Photo: Former WWII soldier Gregorio Duldulao Garcia, 89. (Filipino-American Bulletin/Sluggo Rigor)SEATTLE, Wash.—In a potential breakthrough for thousands of elderly Filipino soldiers who fought under United States command in World War II, the Obama administration released a formerly secret wartime-era report that...
Alex Esclamado, Filipino Media Pioneer and Community Advocate, Dies at 84
Nov 11, 2012
Alex Esclamado, a civic leader and advocate for the Filipino-American community who founded Philippine News, the oldest-running Filipino weekly publication in the United States, has died. He was 84.Esclamado succumbed to pneumonia on Sunday at a hospital in his native...
Increasingly, New Face of Asian American Electorate is a Democrat
Nov 09, 2012
 SAN FRANCISCO – After the election, media noted that Latino voters helped buoy President Barack Obama to a second term. Largely ignored, however, was the Asian American vote, which exit polls show trumped even Latino support for the president.National exit...
Spotlight On The NBA's First Asian, Youngest Head Coach
Nov 01, 2012
Filipino-Dutch-Irish Erik Spoelstra took over Basketball Hall of Famer Pat Riley's position as Miami Heat head coach last April and is the first Asian, first Filipino and youngest head coach in the NBA. Riley calls Spoelstra a "man born to coach."
Against All Odds: Pacquiao TKO's De La Hoya
Nov 01, 2012
Filipino ring hero Manny Pacquiao continued to validate his status as the world's top pound-for-pound fighter when he defied the odds in knocking out boxing icon Oscar "Golden Boy" De La Hoya in their welterweight Dream Match at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas.
Filipino Americans Fear Calif. Prop. 32 Will Silence Workers
Oct 25, 2012
Photo: Teamsters are among many union workers rallying against California's Prop. 32.LOS ANGELES – When then California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger tried to repeal the safe hospital nursing-staff ratios in 2005, it was the California Nurses Association (CNA) and other nurse...
Eye on Elections: Fil-Am Journalist Explains the GOP Appeal
Oct 20, 2012
Photo: Bryan Reynoso / "Balitang America"Editor's Note: In the fourth in a series of interviews with ethnic media journalists, Henni Espinosa, senior reporter for The Filipino Channel's daily newscast "Balitang America," explains the political shifts that are taking place among...

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