A look into My Sister's Cafe on Sacramento's Capitol Mall. (Photo: My SIster's Cafe)
When Nilda Valmores was growing up, her grandmother explained she would be a “good Filipino wife” if she accepted how a future husband treated her. “Even if he slapped me, cheated on me or whatever; I would have to just be quiet and pray. That was her experience, but I told her that it would not be mine,” she said.
Hunger marchers descend on Washington, D.C., January 1931. (Photo: Everett Historical, via Shutterstock)
OPINION: For those who think the issues at hand are unique to the current domestic dis-tranquility or represent new challenges for inmates of the governing class, gander this: “This is becoming the richest and the poorest country in the world.”