Monday, March 6 – Melissa Roxas, a licensed acupuncturist and practitioner of East Asian Medicine, comes to the show. Roxas specializes in helping women, children, and their families find freedom from pain and chronic illness. Her specialties are on her website for your reference www.littlesageco.com.
Tuesday, March 7 - Come join us for our “Know Your Rights” episode as spokespeople from Migrante & Filipino Migrant Center organizations come together to share the rights of kababayans with or without legal documentation to stay here in the U.S. Get informed and watch the program!
Wednesday, March 8 – Annie Nepomuceno joins us as the Asian Journal shares the latest headlines relevant to the Fil-Am community.
Mary Grace Barrios and Steve Zimmer discuss the possibility of the LAUSD passing the ethnic studies program as part of the core curriculum for graduation, and the passage of Proposition 58 for bilingual education in California.
Mia McLeod shares her expertise on real estate and the loan programs available for home buyers.
Thursday, March 9 – 2017 Officers and Board Members of the Filipino American Chamber of Commerce – SouthBay Los Angeles Area (FACC-SLAA) will be celebrating the Chamber’s successes as well as presenting the new set of business and community Services Awardees and Scholars at the FACC-SLAA Annual Induction & Fundraising Gala!
Producer Nic Evangelista shares the Philippine artifacts at the Chicago Field Museum.
Friday, March 10 – Watch kababayans who participated in the Women’s March this year.
Giselle “G” Töngi is the host and producer of Kababayan Today, a daily talk show that features relevant topics for Filipinos living in America. Her aim is to bridge not only the cultural gap between America & the Philippines but to help with the generational gap between our own people. She is married with two children and is based in Southern California and makes frequent trips in the Pacific Rim to Hawaii and Manila to feature fellow kababayans who are empowering the FilAm community.