From “Isang Bagsak” to #FilipinxForBlackLives, the Filipino Identity Has Always Been Political

Photo of Larry Itliong via United Farm Workers & Photo of Filipinx 4 Black Lives Matter by Geoff Cordner (geoffcordner.com)

”IT’S IN OUR BLOOD” — A HISTORY OF ACTIVISM

Kabataan Alliance National President, Kenneth Crebillo
Personal photograph — provided by Derek Estrella, Samahang Pilipino Cultural Night 2016

THE SPIRIT OF “ONE DOWN”

Central Washington University FASA member, Deanna Corsilles

THE POLITICAL IS PERSONAL

NWFASA members (from left to right), Marianne Roy and Claudia Krumpach

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Storyteller, community organizer & freelance creative based out of Portland, OR.

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