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Filipino American Poet, Cynthia Buiza: "WALKING IN LOS ANGELES II" & "WIND and ASH"
In His Own Words: How family and identity shaped the Filipino American writer Carlos Bulosan
Embracing Your Filipinx Identity Through Words: A quick tutorial on poetry
2020 The Year of the Woman: Exploring Social Justice Through the Eyes of Artist Hadi Aghee
Filipino Designer Jonathan San Juan: Bringing diversity to the American fashion world
"The Sea That Beckoned" by Filipina Poet Angela Gabrielle Fabunan
The Clash Between An Acting Career and Family Expectations: An Interview with Joni Jon (JJ) Bautista
Chopsticks Alley Art to Feature Underserved Southeast Asian Artists at San Jose City Hall January 25
Max DeHart - A Filipino American Artist on Surviving Isolation With Nature
Artist Interview with Filipino, Vince Simbe: An Embrace of American Culture
Coco, Filipino-American Artist, Reflects on a Growing Filipino Presence in the Art World
An Interview With Filipino Artist, Amanda Pascual, From Northern California
America Is In the Heart a Novel by Carlos Bulosan: The Filipino Family, Home and Manhood
Elaine Castillo's America Is Not the Heart: What Does It Mean to Be a Filipino Woman?
Photography and Colonialism in the Early 19th Century Philippines - Art or Documentation?
Salt Stained - the First Southeast Asian Artists Exhibit in Japantown, San Jose, CA
Kenneth Tan Ronquillo, an Award Winning Filipino Artist; Family and Love on Canvas
Monstress by Lesley Tenorio Article; Growing Up as a Filipino Minority
A Review of Dogeaters, a Novel by Jessica Hagedorn, an American Book Award Winner from the Before C
The Lack of Filipino Artists Featured in Art Museums
From Bong Bong to Bob: Letters to Montgomery Clift by Noel Alumit and the Americanization of Filipin
Filipino Children's Literature, Tales, Fables, and Oral Traditions