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Filipino WWII veterans receive Congressional Gold Medal

Filipino WWII veterans receive Congressional Gold Medal

Cindy Domingo November 2, 2017 0

U.S. history is full of broken promises made especially to people of color. Last week, Congress took another step in the right direction to make good on a promise to 250,000 Filipino World War

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Asian American, Pacific Islander unionists vow to organize and resist Trump

Asian American, Pacific Islander unionists vow to organize and resist Trump

Cindy Domingo September 6, 2017 0

The Pacific Northwest delegation to the 14th Biennial Convention of the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA) joined over 650 other Asian American and Pacific Islander trade unionists, labor leaders, and community partners in

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Opinion: API women’s voices must not be marginalized

Opinion: API women’s voices must not be marginalized

Cindy Domingo February 7, 2017 0

I can’t help smiling every time I see a picture, video, or posting on my Facebook about the historic Women’s March on January 21. It was great to be in a sea of mainly

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The War on Drugs in the Philippines: A step toward fascism?

The War on Drugs in the Philippines: A step toward fascism?

Cindy Domingo October 24, 2016 0

On September 22, 1972, Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos declared martial law in the Philippines, resulting in the dismantling of the Philippine Congress, suspension of a free press, freedom of speech, and right to due

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