Tagalog Not Required, but an Interest in the Philippines Won’t Hurtcsudhbulletin November 15, 2019 0 COMMENTS
By Lavielle Hibbert
They are the second-largest group of Asian and Pacific Islander immigrants in the United States, the
But if you’re interested in knowing more, you can take a “1-Day Crash Course on Philippine History,” tomorrow as Filipinos for Health, Empowerment and Leadership (FHEAL) will conduct the interactive educational discussion from 9:30 a.m.
According to Janelle Viray, who notified the campus via email Nov. 13 about the event, the all-day session is designed to expose people to the “history of the Philippines and the Filipino people’s movement for national democracy and socialism in the Philippines.”
Participants will learn about contemporary problems in Philippine society, the “long-hidden, rich history of resistance of the people, and how we as overseas Filipinos and people concerned with human rights in the Philippines can help solve them,” Viray wrote.
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