My Close Call on 9/11

My Close Call on 9/11

US Army Major General Antonio Taguba, now retired, recalls the terrorist attack on the Pentagon where he was working. The road to Abu Ghraib and the end of his career started there.

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The Anguish Lingers

The Anguish Lingers

We will never forget 9/11/2001.

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My Unmom Mom

My Unmom Mom

When a mother is like no other.

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Cariño Brutal - Plain Talk About Domestic Violence

Cariño Brutal - Plain Talk About Domestic Violence

Many mail-order marriages lead to domestic abuse.

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An Australian Connection: A Father and Daughter's Journey

An Australian Connection: A Father and Daughter's Journey

A daughter uncovers her father's untold soldier's story.

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Escape from Saigon

Escape from Saigon

Former ABC News Correspondent Ken Kashiwahara (the late Ninoy Aquino’s brother-in-law) remembers the general chaos, frenzy and panic that took over the city of Saigon the last hours of the Vietnam war.

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The Ilusorio Family Inheritance Wars

The Ilusorio Family Inheritance Wars

Myles A Garcia unravels a most expensive, very public and protracted family feud.

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This is American History

This is American History

Why is Filipino American history not considered a part of American history, a poet asks.

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Adobo

Adobo

How the daughter of a Spanish mestiza and a Caucasian learned she was Filipino.

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Carlos Bulosan’s Seattle

Carlos Bulosan’s Seattle

We celebrate the centennial of Carlos Bulosan, considered the best Filipino American writer of his generation.  

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