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Question 1: Upon becoming the largest Asian American group in ________, Filipino American History Month was established in October.
Los AngelesSan Jose, CaliforniaCaliforniaSacramento, California

Question 2: Another area that has a significant Filipino American population is the ________, which contains about 11% of the country's Filipinos.
Midwestern United StatesNortheastern United StatesNew EnglandSouthern United States

Question 3: There are over 170 languages in the Philippines, almost all belong to the ________.
Hmong-Mien languagesMayan languagesSino-Tibetan languagesAustronesian languages

Question 4: They served in multiple groups, including but not limited, to the ________, Philippine Commonwealth Army under US Command, and guerrillas during the Japanese Occupation.
Douglas MacArthurPhilippine DepartmentU.S. Army Forces Far EastPhilippine Scouts

Question 5: The third wave of immigration followed the events of ________.
Second Sino-Japanese WarCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIWorld War IISoviet occupations

Question 6: Filipino American religious beliefs and values are rooted in their ________ heritage.
JesusChristianityCatholic ChurchChristian

Question 7: 1906, First Filipino laborers migrate to the United States to work on the Hawaiian sugarcane and pineapple plantations, California and Washington asparagus farms, Washington lumber, ________ salmon canneries.
AlaskaIdahoNorthwestern United StatesArkansas

Question 8: 1763, First permanent Filipino settlements established in North America near Barataria Bay in southern ________.
MississippiLouisianaArkansasUnited States

Question 9: Labor leader Philip Vera Cruz subsequently served as second vice president and on the managing board of the ________.
Mexican AmericanUnited Farm WorkersChicanoChicano Movement

Question 10: However, in 1946, the ________ passed the Rescission Act of 1946 which stripped Filipino veterans who served during WWII of the benefits as promised.
110th United States CongressUnited States CongressUnited States Senate111th United States Congress







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