The Beauty of Bruhas, Pinays without Permission, or Disappointing Pinoy Parents Jean Munson shares how she ended up being raised in Guam to going to college in Las Vegas. She also shares how the pandemic has impacted the tourism and the service industry in Vegas, how her mother inspires a lot of her activism, what it’s like to confront the “home version” of herself, and much more.
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Who do you admire as a Pinay Activist? October is Filipino American History Month. According to the Filipino American National Historical Society, this year's theme is The History of Filipino American Activism.
"We believe this theme is particularly crucial in 2020, as it is a key election year and we are living amidst a pandemic and mass movement towards racial justice. Thus, we encourage all of our chapters and communities to reflect on decades of Filipino American activism, in order to inspire and foster our civic responsibility in the Filipino American community." - FANHS
Celebrate Filipino American History Month with us by sharing WHO is your favorite Pinay Activity and WHY! Text or leave us a voice message at (415) 484-TFAW(8329) or email Jen at email@example.com
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