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Las Vegas Filipino-Americans On Typhoon Recovery

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AIR DATE: November 12, 2013

A typhoon has ravaged the central Philippines, killing an estimated 10,000 people. Approximately 140,000 Filipinos live in Las Vegas, many of whom have friends and family affected by the storm. We talk with a Filipina-American who is trying to locate raletives, and hear from an organizer who is coordinating a local relief efort in Las Vegas.

You can find out more about the Philippine American Charity Foundation, and what the group is doing to provide relief to victims of Typhoon Haiyan, by emailing the organization: lmicabalo >at< yahoo dot com

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Luzviminda Sapin Micabalo, President, Philippine American Charity Foundation

Honorable Cheryl Moss, District Court Judge


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