Emil Guillermo talks with Prof. Daniel Phil Gonzales about the news of Jan. 6, 2021, and what to expect in the final days of Trump.
Another episode of Emil Guillermo’s FANHS museum popups. Catch it here.
Thanks for checking in. Mahalz. Salamatz. Merry Pasko to you!
My new show on Covid, Life, and Pearl Harbor.
And don’t forget to see the video discussion about Filipino Americans’ reaction to Pearl Harbor.
It’s not what you’d think.
I talk about Watsonville’s recent apology for the 1930 riots that ended with the murder of a Filipino worker in 1930. Better late than never?
What exactly is the city apologizing for–the failure to act and protect Filipino Americans and the public in general? Seems like a safe apology after 90 years.
City must do more to rectify the historical racism Filipino Americans face.
And I talk about the razing of an historical building in Stockton, where the city seemed to fail to give the community a chance to save the Rizal Social Club.
This year, ninety years ago, some things never change.
(note: This is the correct video from 11/15/20)