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022: "We are living in a very fortunate time where we can safely document and distribute our stories." A FAHM special episode with previous guest Anjelica Moresca Enaje
Episode 2211th October 2019 • The Filipino American Woman Project • Jen Amos
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Memoirist-in-progress, fellow booknerd and grad student Anjelica Moresca Enaje joins us once again for a special episode on Filipinx literacy. We take a deeper dive into the Maria Clara archetype from Jose Rizal's famous novel Noli Me Tángere, Anjelica's vision with getLITfilam - a survey of (literary) works by and about people of Filipino-descent, and how it's an honor to be in a position today to write our own history. For her past interview, check out episode 008: "Choose to live."

It's Filipino American History Month and this month's theme is... Pinay Visionaries: Celebrating Filipina American Women! Learn more at Give a shout out to the Pinay Visionary if your life! Reach out to us with any of the options below!

In celebration of Filipino American History Month, we feature Rocky Rivera as this episode’s Pinay Visionary! Learn more about Rocky at or follow her on Instagram @rockyrivera. Special thanks again to @au_ptimist from Instagram for the recommendation!

To request any books or resources mentioned on the show, connect with Angelica at Twitter: @i_amenaje (personal), @getlitfilam / IG: @pinaykilljoy (personal), @getlitfilam / blog: / official {getLITfilam} website will launch in mid-October 2019! (Follow @getlitfilam social media for updates)


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