Silent Sacrifices: A Documentary and Dialogue

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Join the Kuya Ate Mentorship Program (KAMP) and Filipino American Historical Society (FANHS) on Wednesday, November 22nd to view SILENT SACRIFICES: Voices of the Filipino American Family (2001, 25min) and discuss an insightful & historic perspective of Filipino American family dynamics:

WEDNESDAY 11/22, 7-9PM*
UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO
MAHER HALL, ROOM 224

*Free parking on campus after 7PM

To learn more about KAMP, visit www.kampsd.org.

To learn more about FANHS SD, visit https://www.facebook.com/fanhs.sandiego.

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“An insightful study of Filipino American family dynamics and psychologies, SILENT SACRIFICES delves into the cultural conflicts Filipino immigrants and their American-born children encounter on a daily basis. Frank discussions between teens, young adults and their parents reveal how issues of ethnic identity and opposing Filipino and American values contribute to youths’ bouts with depression, parenting difficulties and inter-generational misunderstandings. Intent on breaking the silence that allows dysfunctions to develop, the documentary and its accompanying educational guide offer an invaluable starting point for enhancing family communication within one of the country’s fastest growing demographics.”

Source: CAAMedia

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

one book i-hotel_001One 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 Diego Public Central Library. Please join us!