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506 Filipinos Become Naturalized Americans on Citizenship Day in LA

USCIS official encourages use of vast educational resources on naturalization.
categories ImmigrationRace/Ethnic Relations

LA Police May Soon Issue Citations, Fines for ‘Quality of Life’ Crimes

The Los Angeles City Council recently adopted a new program that will allow police officers to issue citations and fines for minor “quality of life” crimes.
categories City AffairsJustice

CSUSB Becomes New Member of The Latin American Council of Man

The College of Business and Public Administration at California State University, San Bernardino accepted as a full member.
categories BusinessEducationRace/Ethnic Relations

SIPA and the API Small Business Expo Congratulate Three Winners of the Citi Small Business Plan Competition

The Asian Pacific Islander Small Business Program (API SBP) and Search to Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA) welcomed three different small businesses, all recent graduates of its entrepreneurship training program, as top winners of the Citi Business Plan Competition being presented at the Asian Small Business Expo in Alhambra on Saturday, Sept. 20.
category Business

20 Years Later, Margaret Cho Looks Back on ‘All-American Girl’

Margaret Cho reflects on "All-American Girl," 20 years after its primetime debut on ABC.
categories Arts & CultureMediaRace/Ethnic Relations

Ki Hong Lee Makes His Feature Debut With ‘The Maze Runner’

Born in Korea and lived shortly in New Zealand before moving to Southern California, Lee is a firm believer in doing what you love and never giving up.
category Arts & Culture

Latino Workers Dying at Higher Rates in Job Accidents, Report Shows

Worker advocates blame weak federal and state regulation and a trend of employers increasingly giving dangerous jobs to temporary workers.
categories BusinessHealthPublic SafetyRace/Ethnic Relations

Latinos In Hollywood Photo Exhibit Unveiled at LAX

Dignitaries gather to honor contributions of Latinos to entertainment industry in celebration of Latino Heritage Month.
categories Arts & CultureRace/Ethnic Relations

Korean Business Charged With Money Laundering in L.A. Fashion District Raid

Q.T. Fashion owner Andrew Jong Hack Park, 56, of La Canada-Flintridge, business manager Sang Jun Park, 36, of La Crescenta were among those arrested on Wednesday on charges related to money laundering and smuggling goods.
categories BusinessJusticeNeighborhoods

Citizenship Day: Celebrating the Changing Face of American Citizenship

Naturalized US citizens – who must be legal permanent residents (LPRs) or “green card” holders – are incredibly diverse but over the past 10 years, immigrants from Asia have been the largest and fastest-growing LPR population.
categories ImmigrationPoliticsRace/Ethnic Relations
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