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I Aint Leavin’

by Maria San A movie by a Cambodian American young woman and the challenges she and her friends face living in Oakland specifically at a run-down slum apartment complex occupied by mostly Cambodians. Watch this film and be amazed. It talks so much how our hood relates to our identity.

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The Oak Park Story

by Valerie Soe The Oak Park Story recounts the journeys of three families–from Cambodia, Mexico, and California–who band together at a run-down slum in Oakland CA and win a landmark settlement against their landlord.

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Enemies of the People

by Rob Lemkin In ENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE the men and women who perpetrated the massacres – from the foot-soldiers who slit throats to the party’s ideological leader, Nuon Chea aka Brother Number Two – break a 30-year silence to give testimony never before heard or seen.

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The Conscience of Nhem En

Today, nearly every family in Cambodia can claim to have lost a close relative to the Khmer Rouge. An intimate look at the country’s ongoing struggle to rise above the past…

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Take Action!

STOP Cambodian American Refugee Deportations

Sign Family Unity Campaign Summer 2010’s petition

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Family: Grandmother in shooting spree battled schizophrenia

Police say she may have tried to kill everyone in West Seattle home Shooting survivor Thy Luellen Phan is comforted by an unidentified girl after a ceremony Friday at the Wat Khemarak Pothiram Buddhist Temple in Seattle. Her mother, Saroeun Phan, shot her, her daughters Molina Phan and Jennifer Harm, and her husband, Choeun Harm, […]

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Event

Talented Young Cambodians

March 19 / 11 am – 3 pmEastside Art Alliance

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Event

60 days, 10 hours 56 minutes

March 12 / 7:30 pm

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Event

Resident Aliens

Sat 03.12 7:30pm
Sundance Kabuki Cinemas

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Take Action!

Tell Congress: Cambodian Americans are Dying of Health Problems Rooted in the Genocide

support the cause and sign the petition here.

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