Youth Opinion : A Trip Abroad 'Made Me Cling to My Roots' HEIDI MORRISON, The Washington-based National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations sponsored a national competition for high-school juniors to foster better understanding. Heidi Morrison, now a senior at Palisades High School, was one of 30 to win a Malcolm H. Kerr scholarship to study abroad. She and nine other students spent a month in Egypt this summer.
Giving Back : 'We Vietnamese Can Finally Heal If We Want To' LE LY HAYSLIP of San Diego is founder and executive director of the East Meets West Foundation, which provides medical care and schooling in Vietnam. The Oliver Stone movie "Heaven and Earth" was based on two books by Hayslip about her experiences growing up during the Vietnam War and later marrying an American and living in the United States. Hayslip was interviewed for The Times by Trin Yarborough. and
Sermon : On Liberating Theology From Sexual, Racial Bias YOUNG LEE HERTIG, The Rev. Dr. Young Lee Hertig is an assistant professor at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena and pastor at the Korean Sae Han Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles. This article first appeared in the KoreAm Journal, a monthly publication based in Gardena.
A Pair of Advocates for 'The Advocate' ALISA M. MORGENTHALER and CORINNE FARLEY, Alisa M. Morgenthaler and Corinne Farley are attorneys at Christensen, White, Miller, Fink & Jacobs, a business and entertainment law firm in Century City. and