Panel: Being Filipino/x/a on Indigenous Lands

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Sunday October 17

1:00 PM  –  2:30 PM

This program will be ASL interpreted.

In celebration of Filipino American History Month, this event features community members who were the original contributors to the I Am Filipino exhibit in 2012 along with University of Washington students who have contributed to a newly installed exhibit video answering the questions "How do you navigate the world as Filipinx?" and "What does it mean to be Filipinx on Indigenous Lands?" 

Thank you to community partner Filipino American National Historical Society and to event coordinators Cynthia Mejia-Giudici and Kriya Velasco for making this event possible. 


Free tickets for this program can be reserved at the General0 level.

Any higher "ticket levels" will be considered a program donation to the Wing Luke Museum. Please pick one "level" to finalize your registration.

After registration, you will receive a Zoom link for the program in your Confirmation email.

A separate email reminder will be emailed out to your registered email a day before from the email account: Please check all your folders for these important emails with links.

Wing Luke Museum staff thanks you for your support of this and all our programming.