100: “I need to, in a healthy way, move forward. I can’t have people tell me I have to wait my turn.” Celebrating 100 episodes of The Filipino American Woman Project with Jen Amos, Nani Dominguez and Stacey Anne Salinas
This episode is also available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/qZrm14Hxc-E
PSA! The #TFAWProject has reached a huge milestone on its podcasting journey. Join Jen, Nani, and our resident historian & one of our favorite people ever, Stacey Anne Salinas, to celebrate our 100th episode!
In this episode, we reflect on our evolving connection with the Bulosan Center at UC Davis, the amazing work they do, and how our organizations continue to support & uplift each other. As we discuss the lack of accessibility to resources that give context to the recent surge in anti-Asian hate crimes and histories of violence on Asian American women’s bodies’ specifically, we give thanks for the community we’ve built here and the space we’ve created to collectively learn & unpack together.
Since we recently revamped our logo, we also share some personal stories behind the design and how our new art fatefully represents how Asian American women are transforming society every day.
As co-hosts of the The Filipino American Woman (TFAW) Project podcast, we are beyond honored to have connected with & shared so many of our kumares stories, and carved out such an intimate healing space here for our community. We couldn’t have done it without you, and want to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all your love and support.
- Learn more about the Bulosan Center for Filipino Studies, hosted by the UC Davis Asian American Studies Department at https://bulosancenter.sf.ucdavis.edu/ or visit https://www.facebook.com/BulosanCenter/
- Listen to our last conversations with Stacey https://www.tfawproject.com/episode/074 and https://www.tfawproject.com/episode/025
- Read Stacey Anne Baterina Salinas’ Feminist Theory American Studies paper on The Filipino American Woman Project https://drive.google.com/open?id=1n1r6ZkwT-hIkHrxa3goXpC93FOBTZNqL&fbclid=IwAR02NY90RAxQYt27Tc4kG4dnbgBy9qUm8HJPkW3nHmaUsxAE5Mbc6q6riHY
- Our Academic Paper is coming soon! Titled, Pinay Podcasters: Building a Self-Sustaining Community Through Storytelling, Collective Healing & Learning, and Collaboration. Check out the latest updates at http://pinaypodcasters.com/
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ABOUT US: Welcome to the Filipino American Woman Project - A Podcast Show that shares stories and life lessons told by individuals living (or have lived) in America, that are of Filipino descent and identify as female or non-binary.
RECOGNITION: December 2020, we received an Honorable Mention at the Asian American Podcaster's Inaugural Golden Crane Podcast Awards. May 2020, we were recognized as “Amplifying Asian Women Voices” on Spotify during AAPI Heritage Month.
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