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Monument to Filipinos' legacy rises in San Francisco

'77 hotel standoff displaced many

By Bobby Caina Calvan
Globe Correspondent / July 7, 2005

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SAN FRANCISCO -- It is among the most infamous chapters in this city's recent history: elderly immigrants forcibly evicted from their one-room tenement apartments and sent homeless into a street filled with protesters, police, and raucous confusion on a summer's night 28 years ago. (Full article: 995 words)

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