From Here to Fraternity: The Gran Oriente Filipino Hotel

From Here to Fraternity: The Gran Oriente Filipino Hotel

Now worth millions, this old residential hotel holds the stories of the Filipino community in San Francisco.

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“When I Am Six Feet Below the Ground”

“When I Am Six Feet Below the Ground”

A tribute to a well-respected priest and a community leader.

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Two Centuries of Filipino Immigration to the US

Two Centuries of Filipino Immigration to the US

An overview of Filipino presence in the US, in time for Immigrant Heritage Month.

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An Invisible Generation

An Invisible Generation

Introducing the not-so-well-known “bridge generation” of Filipino Americans

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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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Remembering Carlos

Remembering Carlos

Carlos Bulosan's sweetheart looks back.

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The Boogie Woogie Boys

The Boogie Woogie Boys

All-Filipino WWII Fighting Units in the U.S. Armed Forces remember Bataan.

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In the Heat of the Night: The Exeter and Watsonville Riots 1929-1930

In the Heat of the Night: The Exeter and Watsonville Riots 1929-1930

Being Filipino in America in the 1930s meant facing hostility, discrimination and violence.

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The Yoyo: A Story of Downs and Ups

The Yoyo: A Story of Downs and Ups

The story of how a group of Filipinos started the yoyo craze in the U.S. back in the 1930s.

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Race and the Asian Male in America

Race and the Asian Male in America

Book Review: Big Little Man by Alex Tizon 

Lonely Asian males, it’s not all your fault. They really are against you, but there’s hope.

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