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A recent poll suggests that many Americans think that Asian Americans are more loyal to their country of origins than to the United States. In contrast, a blog post from the JSTOR Daily describes a time when Asian Americans immigrants … Continue reading
The City of San Jose is adding a new park called Delano Manongs Park, honoring the Delano Manong farm workers, key players in the founding of the United Farm workers and the Delano Grape strike. According to this City of … Continue reading
On June 30, 2015, California Governor Jerry Brown signed bill AB 7 making October 25 in California Larry Itliong day. Who is Larry Itliong? He was one of the key Filipino contributors, along with Phillip Vera Cruz (shown on the … Continue reading
EDITORS NOTE: A similar article was first published at Examiner.com. This version has been published at 8Asians.com with permission. –Joz By Peter Gonzaga It was a night that Cesar Chavez supporters have been waiting for, the biopic “Cesar Chavez” directed … Continue reading