Civic Engagement in the Pilipinx Community


The Pilipino Workers Center (PWC) hosted a forum on September 10th to discuss the impact of this election on the Filipino American community and to encourage civic engagement. Chairperson Eddy M. Gana Jr. was on the panel to discuss issues and politics from the youth perspective. He brought up the importance of challenging the two-party […]

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SIKAP Social Mixer


Bringing back Little Manila to Little Tokyo. Thank you all for coming to our SIKAP Social Mixer! Let’s continue to build bridges. Contact us at propeopleyouth@gmail.com if you are interested to join the fight for Pilipinx Studies.

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No to Marcos Global Protest


An intergenerational group united today in front of the Philippine Consulate General in Los Angeles, joining other protests across the nation in New York, DC, Chicago, and San Francisco against the burial of former dictator Ferdinand Marcos at the National Heroes’ Cemetery, Libingan ng mga Bayani. Marcos was no hero. The youth will not be […]

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In Solidarity With Indigenous People


As Filipino-Americans, we recognize today’s “founding of Los Angeles” by honoring the indigenous Tongva people. We will never forget: we are on stolen land. We dialogued about making space, taking space, and acknowledging space. Colonization occurred from the Philippines to North America. Although we are here, let us not continue using the tools of the […]

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The Fight for Pilipinx Studies Continues


Salute to Cal Poly Pomona, Mount St. Mary’s University, and all organizations for carrying on the fight for Pilipinx Studies on their respective campuses. We discussed how there is a need to retain the classes we have, hire more Filipino faculty to teach those classes, and challenge administration who believe our culture/language is not justifiable […]

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