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1. In America: the Arab-American story   Publication: ECHO 2002 . 25 mins.; color , This film features prominent Arab Americans. Nabila Mango came to the U.S. from Jordan, is a social worker at a mental health clinic in San Francisco helping newly arrived Arab immigrants. Dr. Hatem Bazian teaches at the University of California and is writing a book on the growth of Arab Americans in the U.S. Father Kobti is a Roman Catholic priest from Lebanon who came to the U.S. to minister to the Arab American Catholic community in California. Nabeel Abrham is an expert on the subject of Arab Americans. Najah Bazzy helps Arab immigrants navigate the world of American health care, and is the founder of the Young Muslim Association. Date: 2002 Availability: No items available:

2. In America: the Chinese story   Publication: ECHO 2002 . 26 mins. ; color , Elaine L. Chao immigrated to the United States at age eight went on to hold such positions as director of the Peace Corps, president and CEO of the United Way of America, and Secretary of Labor - which marks the first U.S. cabinet appointment for an Asian-American woman. Dr. C.S. Kiang, a professor at Georgia Institute of Technology has worked with the Chinese government to aid in improving air quality in China. Dr. Madeline Hsu, professor of Chinese History at San Francisco State University, is the historian for the Chinese-American Historical Society in San Francisco. Lani Wong immigrated to the United States in the early 70's, has run several political campaigns to elect Chinese-Americans to public office. Date: 2002 Availability: No items available:

3. In America: the Russian story   Publication: ECHO 2002 . 26 mins. ; color , Since immigrating to the United States in 1994, Dr. Regina Khidekel has made a mark on the New York art scene as a critic, curator and lecturer. Father Alexander Krassovsky is involved in the Russian Cadet Corps as well as with St. George's Pathfinders, a Russian scouting organization, as a spiritual leader and scoutmaster. Mary Dakin lectures in the Department of Political Science at Stanford University and is active in the East European Service Agency, an organization providing mental health and social service assistance to refugees. Date: 2002 Availability: No items available:

4. In America : the Vietnamese story   Publication: ECHO 2002 . 26 mins. ; color , Viet D. Dinh, an Assistant Attorney at the US Department of Justice, is the first Vietnamese American to be appointed to high political office. Tony Lam is the first Vietnamese-American to be elected to political office in the United States. He is a city councilman in Westminster, California. Linda Vo, a trained sociologist, writes about Asian American women. Xuyen Matsuda is a licensed psychotherapist. She uses her own refugee experience to counsel Vietnamese-Americans coping with the trauma of being a refugee. Trish Trang is a popular singer. Date: 2002 Availability: No items available:

5. In America: the Asian-Indian story   Publication: ECHO 2002 . 26 mins.; color , Sreenath Sreenivasan reports on technology trends in a weekly segment "Tech Guru" for WABC in New York. Raj Desai is currently the executive director of The Indus Entrepreneurs, a non-profit organization focused on fostering and nurturing entrepreneurship. Karen Leonard is a professor of anthropology and specializes in South Asian and Asian American history. Tejinder (Ted) Sibia developed a popular website chronicles the history of Asian Indian immigration to North America. Date: 2002 Availability: No items available: