025: “What’s so important about Filipino American women's history? There’s nothing there that hasn’t been said already.” Archiving our history with Stacey Anne
Pinay Activist-Scholar, PhD student and Author of Pinay Guerrilleras Stacey Anne joins us for a special FAHM episode to talk about how she is restoring Filipina presence in American history. In her PhD program, she is working on a feminist scholarship that focuses on the lives of Filipina women in the USA during the Great Depression. She shares how understanding and bringing light to our history is important for us to create the stepping stones we need to break out of being marginalized and minoritized, and to better understand ourselves.
Learn more about the Bulosan Center for Filipino Studies on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/BulosanCenter/
For more of Stacey Anne's work, visit the Pacific Atrocities Education website at http://www.pacificatrocities.org/
It's Filipino American History Month and this month's theme is... Pinay Visionaries: Celebrating Filipina American Women! Learn more at http://fanhs-national.org/filam/about/ Give a shout out to the Pinay Visionary in your life! Reach out to us with any of the options below!
In celebration of Filipino American History Month, we are featuring Jenne Vailoces with Jennivees Bakery as this episode’s Pinay Visionary! Learn more about Jenne on Instagram at @jenniveesbakery or Facebook @jennivees. Special thanks to Amanda, IG @blackbeltsoprano, for the recommendation!