San Jose 10/28 – Filipino Community Know Your Rights Training

Learn the root causes of migration, know your rights, and learn how to protect our families and our migrant community! Attorneys Richard Hobbs and Ruth Silver Taube will be present to lead a workshop and answer questions. Refreshments will be served. Although organized for Filipino community, all are encouraged and welcome to join! To register, … More San Jose 10/28 – Filipino Community Know Your Rights Training

Nafcon – Bay Area Organizations Call for Relief for Wildfire Victims

For Immediate Release October 16, 2017 Contact: AV David, NAFCON Secretary General, alliancesec@nafconusa.org, 650-491-4561 Alex Magsano, Migrante Northern California, migrante.napasolano@gmail.com, 707-492-5661 Bay Area Organizations Call for Relief for Wildfire Victims The National Alliance for Filipino Concerns (NAFCON), together with other San Francisco Bay Area organizations, calls on the community to provide much-need support to those … More Nafcon – Bay Area Organizations Call for Relief for Wildfire Victims

12/17 Pawis 14th Year Anniversary & Christmas Party!!

PAWIS -Christmas Party and 14th Anniversary. It was a lot of fun with most of our members taking initiative to make the event happen. From the decorations, food, entertainment and the best part of the day was the theatrical drama, Maalala Mo Kaya? style. We shared a 10 minute video of past actions, rallies, mobilizations … More 12/17 Pawis 14th Year Anniversary & Christmas Party!!

BAY AREA FILIPINOS AND SUPPORTERS ASSESS 100 DAYS OF DUTERTE, VOW TO CONTINUE ENGAGEMENT ON PLATFORM FOR CHANGE

BAY AREA FILIPINOS AND SUPPORTERS ASSESS 100 DAYS OF DUTERTE, VOW TO CONTINUE ENGAGEMENT ON PLATFORM FOR CHANGE San Francisco, CA – On Saturday, October 8, marking Rodrigo Duterte‚Äôs 100th day as President of the Philippines, over 100 Filipinos and supporters from throughout the Bay Area convened to discuss both positive and negative political developments … More BAY AREA FILIPINOS AND SUPPORTERS ASSESS 100 DAYS OF DUTERTE, VOW TO CONTINUE ENGAGEMENT ON PLATFORM FOR CHANGE