Tag Archives: Filipino American History Month

RSVP for Free Panel Discussion on “The Celine Archive” documentary–Unburying a ghost story that’s real.

It’s a Filipino American story that says a lot about us then and now. RSVP to attend an online discussion with the filmmaker Celine Parrenas Shimizu,family members of Cecilia “Celine” Navarro, FANHS founder Dorothy Cordova and others. I’m moderating, so RSVP now for this FILIPINO AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH capper.

RSVP now! https://fb.me/e/5lqYD8lPp

Posted by Filipino American National Historical Society Museum on Saturday, October 24, 2020

Emil Amok: It’s Filipino American History Month

This is the 25th year of “Emil Amok,” my columnizing of the Asian American/Filipino American experience.

Besides being my birthday month, October is Filipino American History Month.

Check out my video Prof. Dan Gonzales, one of the foremost experts in Filipino American History.

And don’t forget to see more of my Amok columns at AALDEF like this one on the Filipinos at the St. Louis Fair.

While you’re on the AALDEF site see the latest columns there.

And definitely check out my new haircut in my interview with Dan Gonzales.

If you came to see me at the Marsh recently, thank you. Sign up to get notices on my future shows, Zoom, or otherwise.

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