Remembering Carlos

Remembering Carlos

Carlos Bulosan's sweetheart looks back.

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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 War Brides

The War Brides

The Second Wave of Filipino immigration to the United States came between 1946 to 1953, when Filipino servicemen brought their brides to live in the country they fought for in WWII.

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Becoming Victoria

Becoming Victoria

An actress prepares to make a film on the life of Olympic diving gold medalist Victoria Manalo Draves.

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At Play in the Field of the Haves

At Play in the Field of the Haves

Where the Philippines' new money and old blood mingled for fun and profit during the "American years."

   

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The Wards Cove Case: Separate and Unequal

The Wards Cove Case: Separate and Unequal

In which the Wards Cove Packing Company in Alaska managed to exclude the 2,000 Filipino, Asian American and Native Alaskan cannery workers from the 1991 Civil Rights Act.

    

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How Tolerant Are the Dutch?

How Tolerant Are the Dutch?

The liberal Dutch society needs a sensitivity tune-up.

    

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