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Albert "Al" Santoli is an American writer and Founder as well as President of the Asia America Initiative. He served in combat as a rifleman for the 25th Infantry Division during the Vietnam War.
Albert "Al" Santoli is an American writer and Founder as well as President of the Asia America Initiative. He is currently an adjunct professor of the Institute of World Politics and teaches a course entitled "Counterterrorism through Cultural Engagement and Development.
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Some of Al Santoli's new Americans have been to hell and back before making it to the promised land
Some of Al Santoli's new Americans have been to hell and back before making it to the promised land. Celia Vann Noup, who now owns a four-table doughnut shop by a freeway entrance near the Los Angeles International Airport, crawled through the killing fields of Cambodia with a dying baby in her arms. The Ramirez children from Guatemala, who speak only their Kanjobal Indian dialect, have watched army helicopters gun down their playmates. Tesfai and Lem Lem Gebremariam from Eritrea Province, Ethiopia, were once human skeletons in a sea of human skeletons in the refugee camps of Sudan.
Members of eighteen immigrant American families who have left or fled homes in Vietnam, Russia, Haiti, Mexico, and many other parts of the world to seek refuge here describe what they have left behind and what they have found.
Al Santoli is the author of several books, including the New York Times bestseller Everything We Had, which was . This has been a 'must-read' classic of American involvement in Southeast Asia since it was published.
Al Santoli is the author of several books, including the New York Times bestseller Everything We Had, which was nominated for a 1983 American Book Award. He served in Vietnam with the 25th Infantry Division and received three Purple Hearts and a Bronze Star for valor. For it, Santoli interviewed, in depth, 47 individuals representative of that involvement from 1945 into the 1980s-Americans, Viet-Namese (communists and anti-communists), Cambodians and Laotians.
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Al Santoli is the bestselling author of the military history books To Bear Any Burden: The Vietnam War and Its Aftermath in the Words of Americans and Southeast Asians; Leading the Way: How Vietnam Veterans Rebuilt the . Military: An Oral History; Everything We Had: An Oral History of the Vietnam War; and more. A former combatant, Santoli earned a Bronze Star for valor and three Purple Hearts for his service in Vietnam. He has also served as a policy oversight expert in the . House of Representatives.
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Immigrants and refugees from 15 countries tell of their lives in and adjustments to the US-in a flawed collection of. .But sufficient context is often lacking
Immigrants and refugees from 15 countries tell of their lives in and adjustments to the US-in a flawed collection of oral histories. Stories of war, resistance, violent death, and torture come from refugees fleeing Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos. But sufficient context is often lacking. While the stated purpose of the book is to explore the impact of the massive new wave of immigration, the author includes stories of earlier arrivals-such as that of his own lather, who came from Italy in 1921. Any historical perspective here remains implicit, not stated.