Author Archives: daleasis

About daleasis

President of the Bayanihan Foundation Worldwide

Coronavirus disproportionately affects Filipino nurses in the US, Philippines

Details of this blog post came from “Why the US has so many Filipino nurses” by Christina Thornell, VOX June 2020 I have over 20 cousins, relatives and extended family who are nurses or healthcare workers in a critical healthcare … Continue reading

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Philippine English is Legit. Oxford English Dictionary Says So

British English? How about Philippine English? It’s Legit. Oxford English Dictionary Says So Bongga! https://bit.ly/34O5irD Continue reading

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Fill Out Your 2020 US Census Form

Filipinos in the US encouraged to fill out their 2020 US Census Form. Be counted https://bit.ly/2XoM8Uz Continue reading

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The Poor Hit Hardest in US and Philippines Covid-19 Struggle

With US, Philippines Struggling With Covid-19, The Poor Are Hit The Hardest. Donate to help abandoned children affected by Covid-19 in General Santos, Philippines https://bit.ly/302cJay Continue reading

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George Floyd’s Death – We Should Start Conversations of Anti-Blackness Within Filipino Families

The deaths of George Floyd and others prompted Asian Americans to call for solidarity and allyship with Black communities. At the same time reexamine the notions of anti-Blackness in our own lives. Continue reading

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Honoring Filipino Amerasians, America’s Forgotten Children on Memorial Day

Honoring Filipino Amerasians, America’s Forgotten Children on Memorial Day https://wp.me/pDnD0-4eh Continue reading

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Covid19 Cuts Remittances, a Lifeline for Many Families

The Covid19 pandemic hit remittances hard with devastating effect. These remittances are a lifeline for many families https://bit.ly/2TvexGp Continue reading

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Covid-19 Take Heavy Toll on Filipino Health Care Workers

Covid-19 take a heavy toll among Filipino health care workers https://bit.ly/35PEWDK Continue reading

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Support Filipino Domestic Workers on the front lines of the Covid19 pandemic

Filipino domestic workers are on the front lines of the Covid19 pandemic and they are at risk https://bit.ly/2SuBZ6e Continue reading

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The Cure to Viral Racism is Within Our Hands

Xenophobia is ravaging Asian communities in the U.S. alongside the physical impacts of COVID-19. Stop xenophobia. The cure to viral racism is within our hands https://bit.ly/2W6GuoB Continue reading

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