Happening Around Los Angeles!!!
12:30pm - 4:00pm
Richness, Value and Legacy of Filipino American History and
Save the date! Celebrate the close of Filipino American History
Month with the FANHS LA Chapter! Details to be announced later,
but expect to learn about Fil-Am History 101, how to conduct
oral histories, planning a research paper/panel for our
upcoming Seattle conference in 2010 and much more!
information, please email email@example.com.
Young Filipino Peoples First Far
West Convention Revisted - Examining Our Past to Inspire Our
July 22 - July 24, 2010
Broadway and Madison
Seattle, WA 98122
Join Filipino American scholars,
historians, authors, film makers, educators, archivists,
community researchers, student activists, and just plain folks
eager to share their research, resources, expertise and
Meet authors and poets:
Estrella Alamar, Evangeline Buell, Concordia Borja-Mamaril,
Fred Cordova, Joan May Cordova, Abe Ignacio, Herb Jamero, Peter
Jamero, Emily Lawsin, Dawn Mabalon, Mel Orpilla, Oscar
Penaranda, Barbara Posades, playwright Timoteo Cordova,
filmmakers Stephanie Castillo, Linda Revilla, Domingo Los Banos
and Nole Izon, and many others.
Seehistorical materials and exhibits
produced by several FANHS chapters.
tour of Filipino American historic sites in the Seattle area -
including Carlos Bulosan's grave site.
to document oral history and family genealogy and different
ways to collect, preserve and use old photographs, newspapers
and other historic ephemera, develop an archive, do journal
writing, plan a photo exhibit, and write proposals.
artistry of Filipino American plays, musicians and other
selected films by Filipino American filmmakers or about the
Filipino American experience.
Visit the National Pinoy
Call for Papers, Panels
(Deadline: March 15, 2010)
proposals for individual papers, panels, roundtables, and/or
workshops to be presented at the conference along the following
Wave of Immigration (1965 - 2010)
Filipino American Demographics
Civil Rights and the Asian American and Filipino American
Law and Filipino American Activism
- What is a Filipino American?
Phases of Labor Migration to the United States (1906 -
Wave of Immigration (1945 - 1965): War Brides /
Bataan-Corregidor Survivors / Exchange Workers and Students
/ Philippine Consulates
in the U.S. Navy, Army, Coast Guard, Marines and Merchant
Filipino American History
War Two and Its Ramifications on Filipino Communities
the Great Depression
Strikes and Economic Survival
Labor Force (Agriculture, Alaska Canneries, Gold Mines,
Domestics, Restaurants, etc.)
Importance of Lodges, Organizations, Churches and the
Politics, Business, Education
World of Entertainment and Sports
of Culture (Music, Arts, Dance, Queen Contests, Fiestas,
and Self Defense)
and Family Trees
For more information on the conference,
please visit: FANHS-National.
You can now order FANHS Gear
and Merchandise from our website, click on the Merchandise button
to find out more!!!!
Checkout the Photos from the 2002 FANHS Conference held in Los
Angeles, be warned there is a lot to see, we have over 150 on
We've separated the general conference shots with the photos
from the banquet. Enjoy!!!
As always, If you have web site articles or features you would
like to see on our chapter website please email us and make
your suggestions or send in an article..
For any questions or inquiries send email using our chapter
email address firstname.lastname@example.org