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Emil Amok! Still time to register for Halloween webinar….”The Celine Archive”

Check out this video about the story of Cecilia “Celine” Navarro. Come to a discussion about the story and the new documentary, this Saturday, Oct. 31, 1pm Pacific.

RSVP: http://tinyurl.com/CelineWebinar

RSVP: http://tinyurl.com/CelineWebinar

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: The Filipino American History Month Controversy

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.

NOTE TO regular viewers:
Sorry about the website being down. We have things corrected!

And don’t forget to read all my columns on the AALDEF blog.