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War and Racism
Still Fighting for Equity in Benefits
News Report
First Sgt. Alfredo Diaz, Ret. AF Officer Sonny Sampayan
 Fred Nguyen  Contact Contributor
Jan. 2, 2005, 4:07 p.m.
AS THOUSANDS OF SOLDIERS RETURN FROM WAR IN IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN, SADDLED WITH HEALTH PROBLEMS AND DIFFICULT SOCIAL READJUSTMENT, THE CASE OF THE FILIPINO VETERANS OF WORLD WAR 2 MAY BRING SOME PERSPECTIVE TO AN EXAMINATION OF THE TREATMENT OF THOSE WHO SERVE IN THE US MILITARY DURING WAR TIME.

WBAI FRED NGUYEN LOOKED INTO THE HISTORY OF THESE SOLDIERS AND BRINGS US THIS REPORT:

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00:04:02 1 Jan. 2, 2005
Jersey City, NJ and WBAI Studios
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