060: “Failure is never a stopping point.” Instilling Filipino pride at a young age and viewing her artistic skills as a trade worth paying for with Anna Dugan
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Anna Dugan is a first generation Filipino American, a passionate empath, and an artist commonly known as “Annadidathing.” Anna talks about the Filipino pride her mother instilled in her at a young age, her experiences with the supportive art community in Salem, Massachusetts, and how she views her artistic skills as a trade worth paying for.

Connect with Anna on Instagram / Facebook @annadidathing or visit annadidathing.com 


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