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The Death of “Baby Doc"; A Soliloquy Of Haiti

For more than two centuries, the human tragedy in Haiti has been unfolding many times over right on front of everyone's eyes. As such, Haiti has become a metaphor: when you have nothing to offer, the world, despite seeing you, may never know you.
category International Affairs

Political Parties Ignore API Vote at Their Peril

For Asian voters, ethnic loyalties are helping to galvanize an electorate largely ignored by Republicans and Democrats alike.
categories PoliticsRace/Ethnic Relations

Behind the Scenes of Aguruphobia

Q&A with assistant director Raul Alonso Evans of AIDS Project Los Angeles.
category Arts & Culture

Caribpress Talks to Teyonah Parris from ‘Dear White People’

Parris is well-known to fans of the television series “Mad Men” as Dawn, Don Draper’s boundary-breaking secretary.
category Arts & Culture

Goodbye, Mi Jefe...Thanks For the Ride!

The passing of a beloved father, grandfather, uncle, and neighborhood icon
category Family/Inter-generational News

Creating Long-lasting Impact: A Conversation with U.S. Congressional Candidate Judy Chu

Congresswoman Judy Chu, who is facing off against Jack Orswell in November, talked to Alhambra Source about the San Gabriel Mountains, overdevelopment, and why you should vote.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPolitics

Youth Depression a ‘Tough Pill’ for Indian American Parents to Swallow

For one young Indian American, taboos around depression led to years of suffering in silence.
category Family/Inter-generational News

One Topic, Twenty Directors

“We the Economy: 20 Short Films You Can’t Afford to Miss” is a series of short films that aim to help everyday viewers better understand economic issues.
categories Arts & CultureBusinessEconomyEducation

Sugary Soda Linked to Cell Aging

Sugar-sweetened soda consumption might promote disease independently from its role in obesity, according to UC San Francisco researchers.
categories FoodHealth

Palliative Care Provides Dignity to Ethiopian American Elders

Caring for the elders is one of the most venerated duties in the Ethiopian culture. And palliative care helps Ethiopian American families provide appropriate treatments and dignity to their ill loved ones.
category Health
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