Filipino Americans are the second-largest Asian American group in the nation. The celebration of Filipino American History Month in October commemorates the first recorded presence of Filipinos in the continental […]
Filipino American History Month Reading List
Filipino American History Month recognizes the culture and migration of Filipinos, through stories of religious, musical, and educational influences, and the working class, as they travel to the United States. […]
How ’bout a Nice Hawaiian Putsch?
For years, native Hawaiians had fought with a modest degree of success to maintain their autonomy. But in 1893, white businessmen—sugar magnates and the like—had taken control by tossing out […]
Q&A with Fighting from a Distance author Jose Fuentecilla
During February of 1986, a grassroots revolution overthrew the dictatorship of Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos. Jose V. Fuentecilla was involved in the anti-Marcos movement in the United States. Fuentecilla answered […]