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The controversial Atlantic article “My Family’s Slave” by the late journalist Alex Tizon sparked a range of emotion and discussion. Tizon writes about Eudocia Tomas Pulido, a Filipina domestic worker his family enslaved for 56 years and how he felt ...

This is the colored man’s burden. To always look up to a higher power. Not a god or a deity, but a man with desire.

Early this morning at UCLA, student groups Vietnamese Student Union (VSU) and American Red Cross at UCLA have gathered on Bruin walk to fundraise for Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) relief aid. Considered a category 5 with the most dangerous wind speed, ...

  Reputed as the “housewife” opponent of Marcos’ dictatorship and democratic leader of the Philippines, Corazon Aquino has died at 76 due to heart failure. She is best known for her mobilization of thousands of people to overthrow of the ...

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