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076: “I believe that there are spirits in everything. I think they're there to protect nature and to preserve what's here.” Filipino History Month and Halloween Special with Sapphire Sandalo
Episode 2130th October 2020 • The Filipino American Woman Project • Jen Amos
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Creator of the web series & podcast called Something Scary, independent animator, teacher at Loyola Marymount University - Los Angeles (LMU), a paranormal expert on the Travel Channel, and co-host horror podcast for ALTAR Weekly Sapphire Sandalo joins us for a second time to celebrate Filipino American History Month and Halloween! She shares behind the scenes of creating Breaking the Tabo Series, her love for Filipino folklore and the paranormal, superstitions, recommended episodes to listen to on Stories with Sapphire, and much more.

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Thank you for celebrating Happy Filipino American History Month with us! According to the Filipino American National Historical Society, this year's theme is The History of Filipino American Activism. Learn more at

"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


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