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Millionaire Slavery Scandal

Upfront Radio, Audio , Odette Keeley Posted: Jul 07, 2008

Editor's Note: Odette Keeley presents a round-up of views from the ethnic media. This week: Ashfaque Swapan, reporter for India West, [San Francisco] says he was shocked that there were some Indian Americans who were still supportive of the Sabhnanis even after being found guilty of slavery and involuntary servitude; Jun Ilagan, editor of Fil-Am Star Newspaper, [California] explains why new WBC lightweight champion Manny Pacquiao is an icon among Filipinos; Professor Paul Watanabe at the University of Massachusetts, [Boston] says that a new Asian American radio show, "as I Am" is highlighting more than just stories about Asian Americans.

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