Saturday, June 26, 2021

Evangeline "Vangie" Canonizado Buell, @FANHS_national President Emerita, spoke @FilipinaWomen's Network - 25 June 2021

"Buffalo soldiers didn't shoot Filipinos," said Vangie, while describing her grandfather's experiences as a Buffalo soldier in the Philippine-American War. She told moving stories about her grandfather who stayed in the Philippines and married her Filipina grandmother. You'll find more stories in Vangie's book, "25 Chickens and a Pig for a Bride: Growing up in a Filipino Immigrant Family," available at EastWind Books in Berkeley, California. https://www.asiabookcenter.com/store/p223/Twenty-Five_Chickens_and_a_Pig_for_a_Bride%3A_Growing_up_in_a_Filipino_Immigrant_Family.html Vangie also showed photos from her Acadia publication, "Filipinos in the East Bay."
Read more about Buffalo Soldiers in this article that also quotes Vangie: https://news.abs-cbn.com/ancx/culture/spotlight/08/25/20/how-filipinos-found-allies-in-black-american-soldiers-during-the-philippine-american-war Cheers and thanks to Vangie! You're always an inspiration! We also appreciate @FilipinaWomen / FWN's programming. Learn more here: https://filipinawomensnetwork.org/ #FWN #FilipinaWomen #Pinays #VangieBuell

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@FANHS_PA to host film screening + discussion with Dr. Judy Patacsil: "Silent Sacrifices: Voices of the Filipino American Family," on 21 August 2021 @ 3 pm EST

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