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         Filipino Asian Americans:     more books (100)
  1. The Oracles: My Filipino Grandparents in America by Pati Navalta Poblete, 2006-08-15
  3. Final report: Social support and mental health promotion in Americans of Chinese, Filipino, and Japanese descent by Amado Y Cabezas, 1986
  4. Asian and Hispanic philanthropy: Sharing and giving money, goods, and services in the Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, Mexican, and Guatemalan communities in the San Francisco Bay Area by Bradford Smith, 1992
  5. The Filipino community by Carmen Proffitt, 1992
  6. The Filipino community in the United States (The CCHCP community profile series) by Dorothy F Cordova, 2000
  7. Acapulco at Sunset and Other Stories by Cecilia Manguerra Brainard, 1995-10-01
  8. The International District: History of an urban, ethnic neighborhood in Seattle by Doug Chin, 1983
  9. The Blood of Government: Race, Empire, the United States, and the Philippines by Paul A. Kramer, 2006-04-17
  10. The Filipino Americans from 1763 to the Present: Their History, Culture, and Traditions by Veltisezar Bautista, 1998-05
  11. The Filipino Americans (The New Americans) by Barbara M. Posadas, 1999-11-30
  12. The Filipino American Kitchen: Traditional Recipes, Contemporary Flavors by Jennifer M. Aranas, 2006-11-15
  13. Filipinos in the United States: A print and digital resource guide : a selected and annotated bibliography on the Filipino American experience by Estela L Manila, 2000
  14. Between the Homeland and the Diaspora: The Politics of Theorizing Filipino and Filipino American Identities by Susanah Mendoza, 2001-12-21

81. Department Of Ethnic Studies
American filipino history), and one lecturer, LeHong Phan (literature). The growing asian enrollment and diversity within the asian American student body and
Mission Asian American Studies provides critical interdisciplinary perspectives on the various histories of contact, migration, and settlement of Asian groups in the United States. "Asian Americans" compose a diverse collection of diasporic communities, and are becoming increasingly fractured along socioeconomic and geographic lines. In an era of U.S. global hegemony fueled by an increasing military and economic presence in the Pacific Rim, Asian American Studies plays a crucial role in analyzing and shaping economic, political, cultural, and international relations between Asia, the Pacific Islands, and the United States. Faculty Edward Chang
LeHong Phan

Major Requirements Lower division (8 units)

    Ethnic Studies 5: Introduction to Asian American Studies
Upper division (48 units)
    Core courses

      Ethnic Studies 191R: Research Methodology
      Ethnic Studies 106: Theory in Asian American Studies
      Ethnic Studies 133: The Asian Diaspora
    20 additional upper division units in Ethnic Studies chosen from courses focusing on the Asian American experience A minimum of 1 Ethnic Studies course chosen from 2 of the following 4 areas of emphasis (8 units):
      African American Studies
      Chicano Studies
      Native American Studies
      Comparative Issues
    Note: No internship courses may be counted toward the upper division electives in Ethnic Studies.

82. Asian Pacific American Military Timetime
Herbert Choy born; becomes first asian American named to federal court (US Ninth Circuit Court, 1971). 161942 Army Sgt. Jose Calugas, a filipino, earns Medal
Contents CHCP
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Asian/Pacific American Military Timeline
[Sent to CHCP for Memorial Day, 1999
by Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute By Rudi Williams
American Forces Information Service Until World War II, there had been little effort to document their contributions to United States history and culture. The following is an extract of significant dates in Asian Pacific American contributions to DoD and the nation that were compiled by Robert L. Worden of the Library of Congress for a calendar produced by the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute: January 1-1969: Japanese American Army Staff Sgt. Rodney James Tadashi Yano earns posthumous Medal of Honor for heroism in Vietnam. 4-1913: Yonosuke Enouye dies; was an early Japanese American graduate of U.S. Naval Academy, Class of 1891. 6-1916: Korean American Army Lt. Col. Herbert Choy born; becomes first Asian American named to federal court (U.S. Ninth Circuit Court, 1971). 16-1942: Army Sgt. Jose Calugas, a Filipino, earns Medal of Honor for heroism in the Philippines during World War II.

83. NFAYA - National Filipino American Youth Association
College of Charleston AASU asian American Student Union. filipinoAmerican Association of Greater Columbia, SC (FAAGC), an all-volunteer non-profit organization
Old enough to know the difference...
...young enough to make a difference Home About Brown Pages Events ... Support NFAYA NFAYA Southern Network Alabama Arkansas Florida
  • Big Bend Filipino-American Association
    The Big Bend Filipino-American Association, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation established in July 21, 1992 in the State of Florida. The goals of the Big Bend Filipino-American Association are: (a) to actively support charitable, educational, and humanitarian causes; (b) to promote close cultural, social, and economic ties between Filipinos and Americans; (c) to preserve and promote Filipino and American culture, that contribute to the well-being of the members; and (d) to participate in community activities in the pursuit of the goals of the Association.

84. FilAm ARTS :: Association For The Advancement Of Filipino Arts & Culture
convey the richness and diversity of the asian Pacific American experience to not necessarily reflect the orientation of filipinoAmerican_Network, but

85. Welcome To The Asian American Studies IDP
succession in asian American businesses focus on the Korean American second generation. Zhou, Min. Aquino, Allan, 2000, filipino American poetics roots
Theses in order of Author ( in order of last name A-M N-Z Author Year Title Committee Chair Ago, Arthur Emmanuel Filipino Amerasian in Olongapo, Phillipines: a study in politics, identity, and imperial discourse. Salman, Michael Alsaybar, Bangele Deguzman Satanas: ethnography of a Filipino American street brotherhood in Los Angeles. Newman, Phillip L. Alves, Anna Maria In search of "Meaning": Collective memory and identity in Pilipino Cultural Night at UCLA. Cheung, King-Kok Anderson, Jennifer Kay Lee Intergenerational succession in Asian American businesses: focus on the Korean American second generation. Zhou, Min

86. S.F. International Asian American Film Festival 2004
The 22nd San Francisco International asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF) offers more than 13 films and videos from filipino and filipino American filmmakers
Media Contact: Larsen Associates at (415) 957-1205
This is not the public information number, please do not publish it.
The 22nd San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF) offers more than 13 films and videos from Filipino and Filipino American filmmakers. The Festival unspools March 4-11 at the AMC Kabuki 8 Theatres and the Castro Theatre in San Francisco and at the Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley and March 19-21 at the Camera 3 Cinemas in San Jose. For more information or tickets please telephone (415) 856-1588 or visit on the internet. It's been years since she and her husband reigned supreme in Phillipine politics, but that has not stopped Imelda Marcos from still trying to grab the spotlight. Award-winning filmmaker Ramona S. Diaz picks up where her splendid film about Filipina activists, SPIRITS RISING (SFIAAFF 1996), ended, with Imelda Marcos attempting to cast herself as one of her country's heroines. With IMELDA , the Festival's Closing Night Film, Diaz allows the former dictator's wife to speak for herself. Through a seamless blend of archival footage, home movies, state-sponsored propaganda and personal testimonies, the film paints a picture of the boss's wife transforming herself from a provincial orphan into an infamous symbol of personal excess. The screening of

87. Star Telegram 03/07/2004 Hip-hop Hopes
although asianAmerican hip-hop might seem novel, asians are no strangers to the wider world of DJ culture in general. In fact, such DJs as filipino-Australian

88. Current Events Calendar For Non-Profit Filipino Organizations
An all star studded asian American Cast led by talented filipino American actress Lea Salonga (Miss Saigon and Les Miserables).

89. Metroactive Movies | San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival
which is organized by the National asian American Telecommunications Association NAATA) is a breakthrough one for filipinoAmerican filmmakers because past
Movies Index Show Times San Jose Metroactive Central ... Archives
Uneasy Rider: Undertaker Lim Chang-Jung races against time in the offbeat Korean comedy 'Happy Funeral Director,' featured in the San Jose portion of the 19th SF Asian American Film Festival. In the Mood for Crossover The SF Asian American Film Festival brings works by up-and-coming directors to San Jose By Jim Aquino A LL THIS TALK about the current Asian cinema crossover spearheaded by financially successful, critically acclaimed imports like Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and In the Mood for Love is supposed to make me feel more optimistic about Asians breaking through Hollywood's glass ceiling and showing more clout, but it doesn't. Where are all the films about the Asian American experience? For me, real progress will begin the day Asian American filmmakers are taken as seriously by the mainstream as Spike Lee and John Singleton were at the height of the '90s "new black cinema" movement. Asian Americans may have a long way to go before reaching crossover success, but I guess the 19th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival represents a minor yet significant victory. In recent years, this festival has started showing more of an emphasis on feature films by up-and-coming Asian filmmakers, particularly from America. For its final two days, the festival will present screenings in San Jose for the first time (March 17-18 at San Jose's Camera 3). This year's edition of the 11-day festival (which is organized by the National Asian American Telecommunications Association [NAATA]) is a breakthrough one for Filipino-American filmmakers because past editions have emphasized the works of East Asians. The opening-night selection was Filipino-American director Rod Pulido's low-budget, black-and-white feature debut

90. WM/FASA > Filipino-American Student Association At The College Of William And Ma
educate the student body of filipino culture, providing an opportunity for filipinoAmerican students to blend their Southeast asian and American cultures in a
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District VII's very own Xanga page with up-to-date info from FIND schools. East Coast Asian American Student Union (ECAASU)
Official website of the East Coast Asian American Student Union (formerly ECASU) which links
Asian associations at colleges in the Eastern United States and Canada since the 1970's.

91. University Of Nevada, Reno Center For Student Cultural Diversity
who will collaborate to support and promote filipino culture through forums, programs and other activities. ACTIVITIES asian American/ Pacific Islander
@import url(stylesheet/advanced.css); University of Nevada, Reno Juniper Hall/144, Reno, NV 89557 Phone: (775) 784-4936 Fax: (775) 784-1402
Joey Tan
Member of Asian American Student Assoication
Programs/Services for Asian American Students
Monday, April 12, 2004
11:00 a.m. AASA Food Booth 12:00 Noon Brown Bag Lunch Talk: Professor Maria Hsia Chang - Who We Are: Americans of Asian Heritage
Tuesday, April 13, 2004
Kiserow for details) 1:30 p.m. Brown Bag Lunch Talk: Mrs. Mimi Yu - Japanese Religions and Philosophy
Wednesday, April 14, 2004
12:00 Noon Brown Bag Lunch Talk: Professor Hugh Shapiro - Foreign Policy on the Pacific Rim in the 21 st Century
Thursday, April 15, 2004
11:00 a.m. PUSO Food Booth 11:00 a.m. Panel Discussion: Ms. Sha You - Experience Culture 12:00 Noon Filipino Dancing
Saturday, April 17, 2004
All Week:
  • Books will be on display inside the JTSU and bookstore. Two heritage boards will be on display in the JTSU atrium (co-sponsored by JTSU). Film festival at the Center, Tuesday through Friday from 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

92. AsianWeek
filipino American duo who released an independent album in 1995, Kosmonautz. But until the past month, there had been little else heard from asian American

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Asian Americans and hip-hop
BY OLIVER WANG It's been a long time coming, but Asian American hip-hop is finally breaking across the horizon. Asian American youths have long been a vital part of the hip-hop culture, a youthful style and music that defies easy categorization-as fans (hip-hoppers), breakdancers (B-boys), DJs (turntablists), writers (graffiti artists) and MCs (rappers). But their contributions have long gone unrecognized by many who perceived the music and culture in monochrome black and white. Asian American performers began emerging in the early 1990s, especially at college and community events. Politically-charged Asian American rap groups like the Asiatic Apostles (Davis, Calif.), Yellow Peril (New Jersey), and the Seoul Brothers (Seattle) started making small waves; while in the Bay Area and Los Angeles, squads of mostly Filipino American DJs and dancers were gaining notoriety. In more recent years, more groups have started to come out on the popular front, including L.A.'s Key Kool and DJ Rhettmatic, a Japanese American/Filipino American duo who released an independent album in 1995, Kosmonautz. But until the past month, there had been little else heard from Asian American groups.

93. Memoirs Of A Young Asian American
Another high light was when I came to watch Miss Saigon on Broadway. I felt so much pride in being filipino, in being asian as I saw America applaud my people.
Memoirs of a Young Asian American By Augustus Mangubat It was a bright, warm and sunny morning in early May, but when I woke up I knew that it was not going to be just another summer day. It was about to change my whole life forever. As I recall vividly, my aunt walked me to wait for my ride to the airport. My aunt, who eventually became my mentor and best friend for the past three years, told me to look around, for the last time, since I will truly miss the place that I called home and that it will never be the same. I was a 16-year-old boy that had mixed feelings. I was scared, hurt, not at all excited and extremely sad. I did not see anything good at the fact that I was leaving without the assurance of when I was coming back. Eight years later, I cannot think of a better way of how exciting my life had turned out to be had I not come to the States. That summer my whole family, with all the cousins, aunts, uncles and grand parents all went to Wisconsin Dells. They also took us to Six flags Great America, Downtown Chicago, Cherry Picking in Indiana and many other tourist spots in the tri-state area. My siblings and I were like tourists taking pictures everywhere of all the things that we thought were fascinating, which was practically everything. Later I was enrolled in summer school at Steinmetz high school in Chicago. I was warned by my parents about their idea of gangs and for me to always come straight home. I took a speech class where in I was able to deliver speeches with topics about my country. I captured the audience when I talked about the weather, the people and especially the food of the Philippines. Through this class, I was able to meet someone who is now one of my best friends.

94. Asian PGA Golf - Message Forum
If you are Chinese, filipino, asian Indian, Japanese, Korean or Vietnamese living in com) Iris Yim ( Subject asian American Advisory Panel.

95. Asian And Asian-American Authors & Books
Hagedorn Filipina author who wrote Dogeaters and the edited the influential Charlie Chan is Dead An Anthology of Contemporary asian American Fiction .
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Guide picks The following are links to highly influential Asian-American books that truely describe the Asian and Asian-American cultural experience.
Asian Beauty

"In Asian Beauty, Margaret Kimura, veteran makeup artist to the stars and Asian American herself, presents the ultimate beauty guide for all women of Asian descent." An American Sin
"In this novel of war, sin, and redemption, the author brings to literature the male perspective of growing up Asian in mainstream American society." A book by Frederick Su. Asian Rare Books
A good resource to find rare Asian books for your library or collection. Asian-American Writers' Workshop Best of the Net
The workshop is the premiere resource for writers, readers and publishers on literature written by Asians living in America.

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