Decolonial Pin@y Talk on Settler Colonialism with University of Toronto Students

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2016-02-22
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Cachola, Ellen-Rae
Ramolete, Reyna
Lipat, Christine
Fujii, Elizabeth
Minahal, Maiana
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This is a oral recording of a talk led by some Decolonial Pin@y members and visiting students and faculty from the University of Toronto. The talk discusses Filipino and Asian settler colonial positionality in Hawaiʻi, how it relates to Indigenous rights issues in Hawaiʻi and in the Philippines, and various strategies of engaging in working class, community, and family activisms. The University of Toronto students provided their responses on their own experiences in Canada. This event was co-sponsored by Roots Cafe, at Kokua Kalihi Valley, and the Department of Ethnic Studies, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
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Decolonial, Filipinos, Hawaii, University of Toronto, Working class, Families
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