Filipina/x in Hawaiʻi: Our Movements, Archives, and Memories

This past weekend, I was honored to be invited to emcee and facilitate a discussion with some very inspiring Pin@ys I have looked up to and continuously learn from, as part of an ongoing exhibit at Hamilton Library at UH Mānoa, “Filipina/x in Hawaiʻi: Our Movements, Archives, and Memories.”

The recording of the Talk Story of exhibit contributors is now uploaded to eVols, UH Mānoa’s open access institutional repository, for public viewing here. We invite you to listen and be part of this greater discussion about what it means to be Filipina/x in Empire.

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