Talk Story among Filipina/x in Hawaiʻi: Our Movements, Archives, and Memories

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2021-10-19
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Zabala, Sonya
Alarilla, Adrian
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This talk story documents the work of Filipina/x in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, in the co-founding of Urban Babaylan, Women's Voices Women Speak, and Decolonial Pin@y. They discuss the inspirations that led to the creation of these groups, the intersections across Filipin@/x, Kanaka Maoli, Oceanic, and other marginalized communitiesʻ movements for decolonization & demilitarization, and their aspirations for education in Hawaiʻi, the Philippines, and internationally.
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Interviewees were Grace Caligtan, Darlene Rodrigues, Kim Compoc, Ellen-Rae Cachola, Chris Lipat and Sonya Zabala. Directed by Sonya Zabala. Emceed and edited by Adrian Alarilla.
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Filipina, Filipinx, Hawaii, decolonial, settler colonialism, militarism, Hawaiians, Intersectionality (Sociology)
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Zabala, Sonya. "Talk Story Among Filipina/x in Hawaiʻi: Our Movements, Archives, and Memories." Emcee & editor: Adrian Alarilla; Participants: Grace Caligtan, Darlene Rodrigues, Chris Lipat, Sonya Zabala, Ellen-Rae Cachola, Kim Compoc; Director: Sonya Zabala, eVols 2021.
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Copyright 2021 Sonya Zabala
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