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Free Film Showing November 4 in LA: “Vapor Trail Clark” The Unfinished Business of Toxic Contamination Left Behind


Bayanihan Foundation co-sponsors free film screening on November 4, 2018, 12 PM in LA: “Vapor Trail Clark” about the unfinished business of toxic wastes left behind in Clark and Subic, former US bases in the Philippines Continue reading

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Filipino Amerasians, America’s Forgotten Children, Celebrated 4th of July


Filipino Amerasians, America’s Forgotten Children, Celebrated 4th of July 2014 at Clark, Philippines, imploring not to be cast aside and be remembered. Continue reading

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Alliance for Bases Clean Up Provides Body Talk Access, a Healthcare Alternative to Victims of Toxic Wastes in Clark and Subic


Bayanihan Foundation partner, the Alliance for Bases Clean Up Provides Body Talk Access, a Healthcare Alternative to Victims of Toxic Wastes in the Philippines. Continue reading

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Leading Socio-economist Dr. Richard Williams: “Let’s Clean Up In the Philippines”


Leading socio-economist Dr. Richard Wiliams presents a compelling essay about the need to clean up the toxic wastes left behind at the former US bases in Clark and Subic, Philippines. Continue reading

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16 Organizations In Seven States Voice Their Support To Clean Up Toxic Wastes Left Behind


16 Organizations In Seven States Voice Their Support To Clean Up Toxic Wastes Left Behind in Clark & Subic, Philippines Continue reading

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Bayanihan Foundation Announces Three Exciting Events for November 2011


The Bayanihan Foundation is excited to announce three major events happening in November 2011: 1) film screening of the award winning film, “Left By the Ship” in Chicago and in New York; 2) Eid al-Ahda celebration helping indigent Filipino Muslim families and children in Iligan, Philippines; and 3) announcement of organizations willing to help in getting the word out about the need to clean up the toxic wastes left behind at Clark and Subic, Philippines. Continue reading

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