Saturday, May 8, 2010

Asian Journal article: "FILIPINOS IN WASHINGTON DC: A revealing documentary of our history in America"



Saturday, 01 May 2010 06:48 Rene Villaroman | AJPress Los Angeles



  LOS ANGELES – Clemente Castro [sic, correction: Cacho] Cacas was born in Narvacan, Ilocos Sur in the Philippines in 1910 and came to the United States at age 19 in 1929 -- a few years before the Great Depression. 

 Cacas came to the United States on a whim. He belonged to a few, select group of Filipinos that were allowed to travel to the America during the American Occupation of the Philippines. That group included pensionados, United States Navy men, students, and adventurers like him.

May 5, 2010 Presentation and Book Signing at U.S. Census Bureau

"Filipinos in Washington, DC" presentation and book signing in celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month at the beautiful new U.S. Census Bureau Library and campus in Suitland, MD. 












Meet the Authors at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books

- Friday, April 23 (6-9pm) Author's Reception at Salakot Grill (Wilshire Blvd)

- Saturday, April 24, 2010
Los Angeles Times Festival of Books (UCLA campus)
3-4pm - Book signing at Booth #427

Philippine Expressions Book Shop

For more info, contact:
Linda Nietes
(310) 514-9139