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We Stand on Their Shoulders

By Eleazar Malabanan

For twelve years the Filipino community here at State has claimed an important victory in the form of art: a mural dedicated to the struggle of the entire community worldwide is displayed. 452 more words

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Commemorating the Herstory of Women's Cultural Activism

By Jeannel Poyaoan

Around three hundred community members from all over the Bay Area came together on Sunday, March 8th of 2015 for a march and celebration of the 105th anniversary of International Working Women’s Day. 232 more words

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PREVIEW - We Stand On Their Shoulders: The 12th Annual SFSU Fil-Am Community Mural Celebration

BPatrick Racela

Join Mula Sa Ugat (MSU) for We Stand On Their Shoulders: The 12th Annual SFSU Filipino-American Community Mural Celebration on April 8th and 9th at Jack Adams Hall from 6:30PM to 9:30PM. 790 more words

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Activism is NOT a Crime! Defend the Defenders of Human Rights and Indigenous Peoples' Rights in the Cordilleras!

For Immediate Release

Press Statement

March 24, 2015

Reference: Patrick Racela, Head Coordinator, Pilipino American Collegiate Endeavor

sfsu.pace@gmail.com

Activism is NOT a Crime! Defend the Defenders of Human Rights and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights in the Cordilleras! 385 more words

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Road to 43: Our Story from Then to Now

By Jordan Ilagan

The road to PCN 43 goes through Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, all the way to San Francisco. Every single cast member has been working hard for this showcase of beautiful dancing and compelling storytelling. 307 more words

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KILUSAN: DEFEND EDUCATION!

By Pat Racela

The hot Philippine sun dawns its rays over the mountainous terrain. The warmth dissipates the fog, revealing shining drops of dew on the crops that Lumad scholars tend to alongside the dirt path leading to the Alternative Learning Center for Agricultural and Livelihood Development (ALCADEV) in Brgy. 711 more words

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No One Asked Us

By Daniel Mariano

A mere two weeks after my eighteenth birthday, I had begun the collegiate chapter of my life. I walked past the school sign that greeted students, faculty, and visitors by the campus entrance feeling incredibly optimistic. 708 more words

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