Korean War I: Who fired the first shot?

vintage 38th parallel Korea photo

With the tension building on the Korean Peninsula today, it helps to reexamine why the first Korean War started, especially if the model is subsumed under the number of current defensive operational plays. Interestingly research on the Korean War yields the idea that in comparison with 1950, the United States is much more brazen today both in its demands and […]

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2017 Tax Marchers vow to make Trump answer to U.S.

Tax Day March 2017 includes reminder about global warming

Partners from 350.org and Rise Up May 1st tell us why more marches and community actions are necessary to build solidarity On a sunny Saturday April 15th, thousands of people gathered at the National Mall for the 2017 April 15th Tax March. The protest began at noon at the U.S. Capitol West Front Fountain. According to TaxMarch.org, the theme this year highlights President Trump’s conflicts […]

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“Priceless” Movie Premiere with Bianca Santos in Fresno

"Priceless" movie trailer video at Breaking the Chains (btcfresno.org)

“Priceless: Inspired by True Stories” Fundraiser in Fresno Oct 14th Co-star Bianca Santos will make a guest appearance at the premiere of PRICELESS in Fresno on Friday evening October 14, 2016 at Edward Cinemas 22 in River Park Shopping Center. Breaking the Chains‘ Red Carpet Event celebrates the blockbuster movie opening around the country, drawing attention to the horrors of […]

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7th Annual Central Valley Conference Against Human Trafficking

7th Annual CVAHT Conference

Fresno, CA–The Central Valley Against Human Trafficking (CVAHT) held their annual convention in Fresno this February 24, 2016. Present were social workers from many parts of the Valley including Kern, Tulare, Madera, Merced, and even from Los Angeles. Guests included Keynote speaker Kay Buck, a leading advocate in the fight against human trafficking, as well as local representatives from the […]

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Asian-American Forum combats human trafficking massage parlors with lesson plan

Joined in bipartisan effort to curb sex-trafficking

A few month ago, Asian American Forum (AAF) offered a challenge. Which Asian American journalist will come up with the next article about human trafficking and Asian massage parlors? January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Awareness month and AAF has published a Unit Plan on Human Trafficking with Asian Massage Parlors: The Skinny LP in its Winter 2016 issue. […]

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