USD FUSO 5th Annual Ugnayan Conference

On November 21st, KAMP presented at USD’s Filipino Ugnayan Student Organization’s (FUSO) annual conference. The 5th Annual Ugnayan Conference had as its goal the deconstruction of the “Me vs. You” mentality that perpetuates systems of oppression and the building of solidarity and alliances. The title of KAMP’s workshop was “Can We Talk?” and focused on building dialogue across … Continue reading USD FUSO 5th Annual Ugnayan Conference

KAMP, AnakBayan SD, & SD 350 Commemorate Haiyan

On December 8th at Filipino Food and Bakery, KAMP collaborated with AnakBayan San Diego (ABSD), and San Diego 350 to present an event commemorating the second anniversary of Typhoon Haiyan as part of Kapit Bisig Kabataan Network’s National Day of Remembrance. ABSD members Ryth and Megan shared about their exposure trip this summer to the … Continue reading KAMP, AnakBayan SD, & SD 350 Commemorate Haiyan

KAMP Presents at Filipino American Educators of CA Conference

Over Halloween weekend, KAMP’s Executive Director Ate Amanda along with Kuya Sev and Ate Romyn attended the Filipino American Educators Association Conference (FAEAC) in Sacramento. The theme of this year’s conference was “Learning Our Past, Teaching Our Future,” and it focused on the 50th anniversary of the Delano Grape Strike as well as current efforts … Continue reading KAMP Presents at Filipino American Educators of CA Conference

KAMP @ SDSU: “Who/Where are you?”

On October 21st, KAMP facilitated an educational discussion entitled “Who/Where Are You?” at San Diego State University that focused on the connections between immigration histories and how one’s sense of identity is formed. Attendance at the event was awesome as almost 50 students faculty, staff, and community members filled the Student Life and Leadership Center at … Continue reading KAMP @ SDSU: “Who/Where are you?”