Passage To Home: A Dialogue
As 2nd, 3rd, -generation Filipino Americans, how can we give back to our home country?
How can we learn more about “home”?
Are there opportunities to invest in the sustainable development of the Philippines?
Saturday, July 28, 2012
10:30 am – 1 pm
Lincoln Park Campus of DePaul University
Thomas P.Levan Center, Room 506
2322 N. Kenmore Avenue Ave. Chicago
(near Fullerton CTA Red Line Station)
Discussion to Follow
Light lunch will be served
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This event is a panel presentation of Filipino Americans youth (FilAms) engaged in the sustainable development of the Philippines. Jackie Corley, second generation Filipino American and current medical student of Rush Hospital, will share her experience joining a medical mission in Bohol. James Castillo, a first generation film student is working with a filmmakers’ collective in Los Angeles, CA called Cine Gang on a documentary, “Ugat (Roots)” about the history of the Philippines and of Filipino Americans. Learn from their experiences and participate in a dialogue on how you can become more involved with your home of origin.
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