Tuesday, October 18, 2022

@FANHS_pa Pennsylvania Chapter and University of Pennsylvania Philippine Association @UPENNPPA are partnering for #FAHM2022 events!

#FANHSpa Chapter and #UPENPPA urge everyone to attend the Downington, PA screening of "Lumpia with a Vengeance." They're planning a road trip for the 7:30 pm screening on 23 October 2022. Learn more about the movie here http://lumpiamovie.com/about/
WATCH for more news! UPENNPPA invites all to their "HaloHaloHalloween." Enjoy halo-halo while watching video clips of highlights from #FilipinoAmericanHistoryMonth #FAHM2022

Wednesday, October 5, 2022

#FANHSChapters celebrate our communities throughout the USA! Examples of #FilipinoAmericanHistoryMonth activities #FAHM2022

Here are just a few examples of #FilipinoAmericanHistoryMonth #FAHM2022 activities organized by Filipino American National Historical Society / #FANHS Chapters throughout the USA. These screenshots are from each chapter's Instagram page that will have more information. Please also see http://fanhs-national.org/filam/about/ for more information on this year's #FAHM theme. #FANHSseattle Chapter
#FANHSdelano California chapter
#FANHSGeorgia Chapter @FANHSga (Click above to enlarge)
#FANHSmetroNewYork Chapter @FANHSmny
#FANHSOhio Chapter @FANHS_ohio
#FANHSsantaclaravalley Chapter (California) @FANHS.scv
#FANHSgreaterpugetsound Chapter (Washington) Please note that this flyer is updated with a new location that differs from the one previously posted by @FANHS_seattle / Thanks!
California Attorney General #RobBonta and FANHS national president emeritus #MelOrpilla will keynote the #fanhsEastBay Chapter's #FAHM event described above. Please direct any questions to Linda Canlas, rvcanlas@sbcglobal.net

Thursday, September 8, 2022

@FANHS_national celebrates 40 years at a most successful #FANHS2022 national conference! (Search #FANHS2022 on all social media for more photos and videos.)

TOP photo: Instagram collage of FANHS history 2) panorama of #FANHS2022 opening reception #DAWNMABALONisintheHeart Adobo Cook-Off on 10 August 2022 3) and 4) #FANHS Founding Executive Director Dr. Dorothy Laigo Cordova with Dr. David Woodward, representing Seattle University in the opening plenary. (A coincidence: Woodward Hall at the Silliman University Divinity School in Dumaguete City, NegOr Philippines is named after his grandfather.) Welcoming Remarks on Behalf of Seattle University For the Biennial FANHS Conference Held at SU 2022 Aug 11 -13 By David Woodward, Senior Advisor for Global Engagement, Seattle University I would like to thank Board President Emily Lawsin, the Board of Trustees of the Filipino American National Historical Society, Founder and Executive Director Dr. Dorothy Laigo Cordova, Conference Chair and Greater Seattle Chapter Chair Barbara Bergano, and Chair of the Conference Welcome Committee Mary Ann Goto for bringing this important event to the Seattle University campus and for the invitation to provide welcoming remarks. And to everyone, good morning and welcome to the Seattle University campus! For those not from Seattle, I just want to mention that yes, the weather here is always this gorgeous! šŸ˜Š It is an honor and a privilege to meet you all here. As I was reminded last night at the lovely welcome reception at Immaculate Conception Church, this is where the first Filipino American National Historical Society conference was held (in 1987 I believe) and Seattle University alumni Dorothy and Fred Cordova established FANHS in Seattle 40 years ago. It was inspiring for me to see the FANHS archives last evening for the first time, and to begin to appreciate the importance and extent of the historical and cultural work in which the members of your organization are involved. Seattle University President Eduardo PeƱalver is unable to be with you this morning and asked me to welcome you to campus on his behalf. In an article about President PeƱalver’s new presidency published this month in Hispanic Outlook on Education Magazine, President PeƱalver, the first lay person and first Latino president in Seattle University’s history, is quoted as saying “If you look at our vision statement it calls on us to be innovative and progressive, both in terms of the subject matter we offer and the way we go about teaching.” He goes on to say “We’re in a place where innovation meets humanity; it’s the secret sauce of Jesuit education…students who study finance, business and technology are engaged in discussions about their values and integrity, an increasingly necessary exercise in a complex universe.” President PeƱalver has two primary goals for Seattle University going forward. One is to grow Seattle University’s national reputation beyond our local area as currently most of our students are drawn from the Western U.S. President PeƱalver comments in the same article “We need to introduce ourselves to the country, through excellent hiring and a deliberate effort to get our people out in front of a national audience, through media engagement and innovative research.” President PeƱalver’s second primary goal is to keep building a richly diverse and inclusive campus environment. Seattle University has made strong steps in diversity recently at the senior leadership level; the Seattle University leadership plan to build on recent efforts with our faculty by recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty and senior leadership team. Hosting the FANHS conference on our campus aligns in many ways with President PeƱalver’s vision for SU – recognizing the accomplishments of the past and forging ahead with plans for continuing to grow in strategic ways in the coming years. The Filipino American community in Greater Seattle, the Pacific Northwest and across the U.S. has made tremendous contributions to our society as you know best, and Seattle University looks forward to continuing and enhancing our engagement with members of FANHS in the coming years. FANHS clearly has deep ties here on which to build going forward. On behalf of President PeƱalver and the Seattle University community, I would like to express how pleased and honored we are that you are here, and we wish you a most inspiring and productive conference in the days ahead!

Monday, May 9, 2022

Register now for #FANHS2022, the 19th biennial national conference of the Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS) !

Copy/paste this link into your browser to register for #FANHS2022, the 19th biennial national conference of the Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS) https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fanhs-19th-biennial-national-conference-registration-188969531957 *****UPDATE on information about previous FANHS national conferences: It's come to our attention that unfortunately, the Storify website no longer exists. While I used to compile social media data using the now non-existent Storify, the tweets, posts, and photos are still online. Please just search the appropriate hashtags. For example, if you're interested in the last FANHS national conference in Chicago, please search #FANHS2018 on social media platforms like Twitter or Facebook. There'll be more for #FANHS2016 in NYC and #FANHS2014 in San Diego, California. Additionally, much of the documentation previously found on Storify is also here on this blog. Enjoy reviewing great memories of 40 years of FANHS!

Monday, February 28, 2022

"When an icon turns 90: Celebrating Auntie Dorothy" https://iexaminer.org/when-an-icon-turns-90-celebrating-auntie-dorothy/

Dr. Dorothy Laigo Cordova is the mother of eight, grandmother of 17, and great-grandmother of 22. To many across the nation, she is affectionately and figuratively our beloved Auntie Dorothy. Dorothy’s daughter, Bibiana Cordova Shannon, asked her mother to reflect on her 90 years. She responded that she “thinks of (herself) being a mother, grandmother and great grandmother first…, and then she launches into memories of her work on youth empowerment, social justice, and historic preservation.” copy/paste link to read full article: https://iexaminer.org/when-an-icon-turns-90-celebrating-auntie-dorothy/ -image via @FANHS_national on Instagram

Thursday, December 9, 2021

#FANHS2022 Call for Proposals - now due February 1, 2022! Extended deadline :-)

Via @FANHS_national 16 January 2022 WE’VE EXTENDED OUR DEADLINE! You still have time to submit your conference proposal for #FANHS2022 to be held in Seattle on August 11-13, 2022! The new due date is Tuesday Feb 1, 2022. For more detailed information, go to https://fanhs-seattle.org/call-for-proposals/ #FANHS #FilipinoAmericanHistory via email from @FANHSsecretary@gmail.com The FANHS 19th Biennial Conference will be held August 11-13, 2022 at Seattle University located at 901 12th Ave in Seattle. Visit https://fanhs-seattle.org/conference/ for more information. The year 2022 marks the 40th Anniversary of the Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS). This year’s conference theme is FANHS 40: Past, Present, Future. We are looking for conference proposals that: Remember, revisit, and reclaim the rich history of Filipino Americans. Share current research projects and learn how historical issues still affect us today. Provide workshops on how to collect, disseminate, and preserve history for the future. Proposals may be submitted for: Individual papers or presentations (to be grouped with other individual submissions) Panels (three or four papers or presentations on a single topic) Roundtables (several individuals presenting personal accounts of specific historical events or experiences) Workshops (teaching research techniques or sharing research skills or sources) Film Screening (full or partial film screening and Q&A with audience) Proposals are a synopsis (500 word limit) of your presentation topic. Panels or Roundtables with multiple presenters should submit only one Proposal/Google Form for the whole group. Older presentations and those that were accepted for the FANHS 2020 Conference in HawaiŹ»i are also welcome. Please include contact information and a brief Bio (100 word limit) for all presenters. To submit a proposal, please fill out the proposal form online: https://bit.ly/FANHS-CFP. If you have any other questions, feel free to email FANHSproposals2022@gmail.com. Note on Proposals and Conference Registration: Since FANHS is a completely volunteer-run, non-profit organization, conference presenters/participants are expected to pay conference registration fees prior to the conference in order to be listed in the program. FANHS does not turn away presenters for lack-of-funds; please consult with the conference committee for volunteer or payment options and/or your local chapter or trustee about fundraising strategies. A limited number of student scholarships may also be available. (Conference Registration Forms will be available in Winter 2022.) Copyright (C) 2021 Filipino American National Historical Society. All rights reserved. Our mailing address is: Filipino American National Historical Society 810 18th Ave Ste 100 Seattle, WA 98122-4778

@FANHS_pa Pennsylvania Chapter and University of Pennsylvania Philippine Association @UPENNPPA are partnering for #FAHM2022 events!

#FANHSpa Chapter and #UPENPPA urge everyone to attend the Downington, PA screening of "Lumpia with a Vengeance." They're plan...