Oct. 25 was Larry Itliong’s birthday Born in 1913, he’s one of the reasons October is perfect for Filipino American History Month.
See why he was the man who merged civil rights and labor rights with the 1965 Delano Grape Strike. It was Itliong. Not Cesar Chavez.
What’s wrong with Filipino American History Month? The specific FAHM discussion starts around 2:11:00
It’s me and Prof.Daniel Phil Gonzales.
It’s Filipino American History Month, right? But is it right?
You can also watch the entire show right here to get a snapshot of the 2020 Filipino American electorate based on the National Asian American Voter Survey.
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Why bother celebrating a guy who thought he was going to Asia, ended up in the Bahamas, then gets credited for discovering America?
That’s what I call an “upward fail.”
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I cut my hair for tonight’s show: Emil Amok: Covid 2020.
An excerpt from a work in progress!
It’s free. It’s fun. It’s amok.
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