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Gregory Orfalea directed the Writing Program and taught at Pitzer College of the Claremont Colleges and at George Washington University. He currently is teaching Arab American Literature at Georgetown. He is the author of two acclaimed histories, one the most comprehensive work on his ethnic community to date, The Arab Americans: A History, and the other, about his father’s ill-fated unit during the Second World War, Messengers of the Lost Battalion. He has published two books of poetry and his collection of short stories is forthcoming on Syracuse University Press, The Man Who Guarded the Bomb.
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Angeleno Days
An Arab American Writer on Family, Place, and Politics
By Gregory Orfalea

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