Join FANHS as we confront and discuss modern day slavery in the aftermath of Lola Eudocia Pulido’s story in The Atlantic by Alex Tizon.
This will be an open forum where attendees can share their feelings on The Atlantic story, and also perspectives on the situation of domestic servitude/slavery within the United States, the Philippines, and abroad.
Please join us at FANHS National HQ in the Central District – lower level archives. Parking lot in rear of building.
Thank you Aunt Dorothy Cordova for hosting.
810 18th Ave, Seattle WA 98122
Wednesday, May 24th (Part 1)
6:00pm to 8:00pm
REGISTER at our Facebook Event Page
Forum Part 2 will be on Wednesday, May 31st.
Meet and learn from Kulingtang Guro, Manuel T. Dragon, one of the original core members of Danny Kalanduyan’s Palabuniyan Kulingtang Ensemble of San Francisco.
Live, hands-on instrumental use of the Kulingtang, learn basic melodic tones & rhythm patterns.
Where: Lake Washington Girls Middle School
810 18th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122
(Legion of Mary Room, entrance located outside of Immaculate Conception Church parking lot)
Door Time: 6:15 pm Registration & food/refreshments (Limited space)
Workshop Time/s: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Daily Sessions
(Tuesday session is from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm)
(Note: Selected participants will have opportunity to play in Kulingtang Master’s ensemble in a live performance at the Northwest Folklife Festival with Filipiniana Dance Company on Saturday, May 27, 2017)
For more information & registration email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-465-3399
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We are deeply saddened and grieving for the loss of one of our own. Uncle Bob Santos was an icon to Filipino Americans and a hero to people seeking social justice. The Greater Seattle Chapter of the Filipino American National Historical Society extends its deepest sympathies to his family and our extended community. We are with you during this time in heart and soul. Robert Santos has been a history maker in Civil Rights, Filipino America, and champion for multiple communities – especially Seattle’s International District. FANHS will continue to memorialize Uncle Bob’s history and his many achievements.
In October 2015 Uncle Bob received the Julita & Silvestre Tangalan FANHS LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD from FANHS National.
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