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Socialism — 2020 Election

Socialism — 2020 Election

By: Joe Mauricio   For most people today, socialism is freedom from lousy corporate jobs or working 80 hours a week in a job they detest. The charismatic voice of such sentiment is a Democratic Congress woman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the ...

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March is Not the Month for Women Only

March is Not the Month for Women Only

By: Veronica Leighton   As us women are being honored for our accomplishments, roles and impacts in this wonderful world we live in for this month of March, there are other remarkable celebrations that are not highly celebrated but which ...

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24th Annual Chicago Filipino Asian American Hall of Fame

SGT. RONALD BONGAT Most Outstanding Asian American in Police Empowerment An offspring of First-generation immigrant parents from the Philippines (Romeo and Cyril Bongat, deceased), Ronald Bongat grew up in the west side of Chicago. After graduating high school from Lane ...

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Hall of Fame 2017

Dr. Marjerie Badilla is back in practice after a brief retirement. She has over 30 years of experience in both the civilian & military services. While in the Armed Forces, she was the chief of Acute Minor Clinic OP of ...

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Christine A. Pompa Excellence in Law

Christine A. Pompa Excellence in Law

Christine Abuel Pompa is Senior Patent Counsel at The Kraft Heinz Company. She is responsible for developing and managing the strategy for the company’s global patent portfolio. She is also heavily involved in the company’s technology transactions and supply-chain agreements. ...

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Maria Victoria G. Smith VIA Woman of the year 2016

Maria Victoria G. Smith VIA Woman of the year 2016

Philippine-born, award-winning author Maria Victoria A. Grageda-Smith writes poetry, fiction, and non-fiction, following an earlier law practice career in Manila distinguished not only by the prestige of the law firm (Sycip, Salazar, Hernandez & Gatmaitan) and company (San Miguel Corporation) ...

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