Our FAHM special is also available on YouTube! Watch now at: https://youtu.be/kh2nzhtYvps
Historian of the Bulosan Center UC Davis Stacey Anne Salinas joins Jen & Nani for her second year to celebrate Filipino American History Month and discuss this year's theme of the History of Filipino American Activism. She talks about the rarity of Filipinos in academia and the destructiveness of the American education, the Asian immigrant model of always being on the go, ways to practice activism, and much more. Jen, Nani and Stacey also talk about the cost of not knowing our history and their hopes for the future.
Learn more about the Bulosan Center for Filipino Studies, hosted by the UC Davis Asian American Studies Department at https://bulosancenter.sf.ucdavis.edu/ or visit https://www.facebook.com/BulosanCenter/
Listen to our last year's conversation with Stacey https://www.tfawproject.com/episode/025
Special shout out to Jen's new local friend in Virginia and fan of the show, Leah V.! Follow her on Instagram @riseandshine757
Who do you admire as a Pinay Activist? October is Filipino American History Month. According to the Filipino American National Historical Society, this year's theme is The History of Filipino American Activism.
"We believe this theme is particularly crucial in 2020, as it is a key election year and we are living amidst a pandemic and mass movement towards racial justice. Thus, we encourage all of our chapters and communities to reflect on decades of Filipino American activism, in order to inspire and foster our civic responsibility in the Filipino American community." - FANHS
Celebrate Filipino American History Month with us by sharing WHO is your favorite Pinay Activity and WHY! Text or leave us a voice message at (415) 484-TFAW(8329) or email Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org
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