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Spectrum Internet Assist making broadband internet affordable to low-income families and seniors

Charter Communications, along with California State Senator Steven Bradford and the Museum of African American Art, presented a new low-cost, high-speed broadband service for low-income families and seniors on Thursday, August 17. The event was held at the Museum of … Continue reading

August 19, 2017

AAPI group urges use of hate crime tracker for community 

Filipino postal worker killed 18 years ago remembered  Eighteen years ago, Filipino postal worker Joseph Ileto was halfway through his route when he became a victim of a hate-motivated attack by a white supremacist.  The attacker had just opened fire … Continue reading

August 11, 2017

Fil-Am LAPD Officer Matthew Medina still in need of bone marrow match

It’s been almost five months since Matthew Medina first learned about his rare blood disease and how his Filipino heritage is affecting his chances of being cured. Just earlier this year, the 40-year-old police officer was going about his normal … Continue reading

August 09, 2017

PWC, domestic workers group rally against home care firm accused of wage theft

THE Pilipino Workers Center (PWC) and other members of the California Domestic Workers Coalition (CDWC) gathered outside of Fairwinds, an upscale senior living facility in West Hills, California, to reveal to the facility and its residents of Health Alliance Nurses … Continue reading

August 04, 2017

Philippine team wins silver at Long Beach Dragon Boat Festival

The Philippines Dragon Boat Alliance Team (Alliance) took silver in both the Men’s and Women’s 500-meter events and placed 6th overall in the Toyota Super Dragon Final during the annual 2017 Long Beach Dragon Boat Festival. The 2017 Long Beach … Continue reading

August 01, 2017

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