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Thanks to Devin Cabanilla @devcabano of @FANHS_seattle for photos

Image From FANHS National President @emilylawsin on Instagram "Once the pandemic is over, maybe you, too, can visit the FANHS National Pinoy Archives in Seattle, or the late Uncle Fred Cordova’s favorite @taitungrestaurant Tai Tung Restaurant, or the late Uncle Bob Santos’s karaoke bar Bush Garden Restaurant! 😉🤣😁 Thanks to Devin Cabanilla @devcabano of our @fanhs_seattle Filipino American National Historical Society - Greater Seattle Chapter for the photos. #FANHS2022 #BernieMemes #BernieSanders #BernieMittens @fanhs_national "

Learn more about FANHS Metropolitan New York Chapter @fanhsmny

FANHS MNY is dedicated 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. Learn about the history of Filipino Americans in New York City, as told by Emmy-nominated journalist Ernabel Demillo and Asian American Life: (Copy and open link)

FANHS Houston Chapter (Texas): "HEAR NOW: Filipinx Voices FANHS-HTX Town Hall 01OCT20" @fanhshtx

FANHS Houston Did you know October is "Filipino American History Month" #FAHM? Let's kick it off with another Filipino American National Historical Society - Houston Texas Chapter Town Hall! *** In this Town Hall Zoom meeting, you will get: - A chance to meet other Filipino American Houston leaders and community members - Promote your organization and upcoming events -Find out more information about Filipino American History Month and - What events, campaigns and awareness will be created by FANHS-HTX and FANHS national during the whole month of October. *** For further information or questions, please email


  FANHS NOW Session #7 for Filipino American History Month 2020...October 29, 2020 Seattle Pinoys....sons of the Manongs of the 1920s and 30s...share their Vietnam War experiences after 50 years of silence. Thank you for your service. Thank you for upholding the Pinoy legacy of respect, honor and love of country and community created in spite of the harsh racism and discrimination endured by our fathers and uncles who came to America in the the 1920s and 30s. Mahalz.

FANHS Santa Clara Chapter (California): "Kuwentuhan Ng Kalsada: If Our Streets Could Talk" 10/03/2020

FANHS EXPOSURE TRIP SUBSCRIBE In this session, speakers will explore with the audience on how to curate their own city experience taking elements learned by the FANHS Seattle Exposure Trip. We will share how our own personal narratives and purpose led to why we embarked on creating this trip for the younger generation of Filipino Americans. A dialogue will take place to instill the significance of sharing personal stories and their impact on a place and era. Each narrative ties into the overall fabric of Filipinos in American history.

FANHS Journal (Vol 10, 2020) is now online!

 Via @fanhs_national on Twitter We are excited to share our first issue of the FANHS Journal (Vol 10, 2020) under new co-editors, Dr. Terese Guinsatao Monberg & Dr. Patricia Espiritu Halagao. Special issue honors legacy of Dr. #GilPilapil Available for free at http://     #FilipinoAmHistory #FANHS More about the journal via @EmilyLawsin, #FANHSnational President, on Instagram MT  @fanhs_national  We are excited to share the latest issue of the FANHS Journal (Vol 10, 2020) under its new co-editors,  #FANHS  Trustees, Dr. Terese Guinsatao Monberg and Dr. Patricia Espiritu Halagao.  @patriciahalagao  This Special Issue, "Collaborating with our Ancestors," pays tribute to the memory and work of our previous editor, Virgilio R. Pilapil, MD, (1938 - 2019), who edited the journal for 25 years. The editors highlight Gil's enduring legacy as a community-based historian and editor in shaping the FANHS Jo