THIS SATURDAY! Join us at Alief Art House to unveil Filipina-American curators/artists Erika Mei Chua Holum and Kat Cua’s latest work for Filipino American History Month 2021! They have embodied this year’s FAHM theme with photography to showcase youth activism in the U.S. through ephemeral materials of direct actions and organizing efforts.
The purpose of the Filipino American National Historical Society are to: conduct research and studies; gather, promote, and disseminate published works on Filipino American history; provide a repository for research and gathered materials; create exhibits; promote and hold forums and public programs; and sponsor fundraising events to accomplish these purposes.
FANHS-HTX is here to promote understanding, education, enlightenment, appreciation and enrichment through the identification, gathering, preservation and dissemination of the history and culture of Filipino Americans in the United States. FANHS-HTX represents the 32nd chapter of a national organization.
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