Executive Director’s Message: Celebrating Ends and Beginnings

For the past seven months, an ad hoc committee has been working hard on exploring and proposing a new governing structure for KAMP. The committee members, April Baluyot, Alfredo Leano, Erwin Mendoza, and Sev Reyes, have taken the time and energy to debate potential organizational structures, draft position descriptions, analyze the strengths and weaknesses of … Continue reading Executive Director’s Message: Celebrating Ends and Beginnings

Educational Dialogue: “Fall of The I-Hotel” Screening

One Book, One San Diego program of the San Diego Public Library and the Social Justice Media Literacy initiative are partnering up to present a film screening of the documentary “The Fall of the I-Hotel” followed by a community dialogue facilitated by KAMP on Tuesday, November 18th at 6:00pm in the main auditorium of the San … Continue reading Educational Dialogue: “Fall of The I-Hotel” Screening

KAMP Honored by Professor Glenn Omatsu and USD Ethnic Studies

By Ate Amanda Solomon-Amorao On Wednesday October 8, 2014 at the University of San Diego, the Kuya Ate Mentorship Program was awarded $1000 and recognized by the USD Department of Ethnic Studies and Professor Glenn Omatsu for our work in creating dynamic educational spaces in our community. Once a year, the Department of Ethnic Studies … Continue reading KAMP Honored by Professor Glenn Omatsu and USD Ethnic Studies

Educational Dialogue: “Where Is Home?”

October's Educational Dialogue: Where Is Home? Who am I? Where are my parents from? Am I Filipino or American? These are questions we want to explore at the Kuya Ate Mentorship Program's (KAMP) October Educational Dialogue, "Where is Home?" Immigration and identity weave seamlessly through our lives, history, and culture. In celebration of Filipin@ American History Month, … Continue reading Educational Dialogue: “Where Is Home?”