‘Motherland’:  A conversation with award-winning Fil-Am documentarian Ramona Diaz on witnessing the miracle of life amidst chaos, reproductive rights in the Philippines

Twenty-four-year-old Mary Joyce Jaime’s highest level of completed education was 6th grade. She doesn’t work and had her first child at 18 years old. In six years, she had five more pregnancies, one which she miscarried. She sits in a … Continue reading


26 years of Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture (FPAC): LA’s largest and longest-running Fil-Am celebration crosses generations, showcases best in Filipino culture

FPAC headliners in focus: Apl.de.ap & Jessica Reynoso With Filipino-American History Month underway, communities across the United States have planned events throughout October, such as parades, literary fairs and food fests, to showcase Fil-Am influence in the country. In Los … Continue reading


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