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June 30 | Looking South, Looking West: Manila Views Security Threats to the Philippines

June 30, 2021, Wednesday 9:00 am – 10:00 am (EDT) Washington DC Zoom Webinar The Philippines faces security challenges from within – maintaining peace in Muslim Mindanao and managing armed insurgency by the Communist Party of the Philippines – as well as in the contested waters of the South China …

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June 17 | Inspirations and Memories of Pacita Abad’s Colorful DC Palette

Inspirations and Memories of Pacita Abad’s Colorful DC Palette June 17, 2021   Thursday 7:30 PM (EDT)   Join a discussion about Pacita Abad and her time in DC with Linda Yangas and other PALM members. This event is part of the Istorya DC Online series. Filipino-American painter Pacita Abad (1946-2004) …

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Recorded Webinar | Philippines May 2022 Elections: Issues and Outlook in the Year Ahead

May 19, 2021, Wednesday 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm (EDT) in Washington DC   What will the upcoming election year in the Philippines look like? Join us as leading independent experts discuss the issues expected to shape the campaign, the political forces at work, the balance between domestic and foreign …

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Apr 28 | Combating anti-Asian Violence in the US and Beyond

The US-Philippines Society and Stimson Center’s Southeast Asia Forum will host a virtual forum on Combating anti-Asian Violence in the U.S. and Beyond April 28, 2021, Wednesday 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm EDT The shooting of eight persons in Atlanta last month and attacks in New York City brought to …

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Mar 25 | Filipino Pioneers in Washington DC

THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 2021 7:30 pm-8:30 pm EST LIVE via ZOOM Featured Speaker TINO CALABIA We invite you to a presentation “Filipino Pioneers in DC: Stories from the Calabia Family with Tino Calabia,” part of 2021 Istorya DC, a series on Filipinos in Washington D.C. Florentine Calabia served as submariner …

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Cultural and EducationalPast Events

Feb 18: Wartime Visit to DC by Peter Jamero, Author of “Growing Up Brown”

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2021 7:30 pm-8:30 pm EST LIVE via ZOOM and FACEBOOK Featured Speaker PETER JAMERO Join us as Peter Jamero will provide lessons and insights drawn from chapters in his book “Growing Up Brown, Memoirs of a Filipino-American” with emphasis on his 1945 visit to Washington, D.C. and …

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Great Decisions Speaker Hank Hendrickson on “The Philippines and the U.S.”

US-Philippines Society Executive Director Hank Hendrickson was featured speaker at a Foreign Policy Association’s online discussion program, “Great Decisions: The Philippines and the U.S.” Setting the tone for the interview-style program, Hendrickson provided an overview of key historical events and current policy issues of importance in the bilateral relationship. The …

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Life Stories of Carlos P. Romulo in Washington, D.C.

On August 17, 2020, Liana Romulo, General Carlos P. Romulo’s granddaughter, shares personal and public life stories of General Romulo, one of the Philippines’ greatest public servants, well-respected diplomat and international advocate for cooperation and free market. He was the first Asian and only Filipino to serve as President of …

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Cultural and EducationalPast Events

September 24: Bienvenido N. Santos and the PALM Council in DC

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2020 7:30 pm ET LIVE via ZOOM NOREE BRISCOE In this next Istorya-DC Online event, Noree Briscoe will talk about Philippine American writer Bienvenido Santos, his literary works, his ties to DC and the beginnings of the Philippine Arts, Letters and Media (PALM) Council, to which Mr. …

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August 17: Life Stories of Carlos P. Romulo in Washington D.C.

MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 2020 7:30 pm EDT LIVE via ZOOM and FACEBOOK Featured Speaker LIANA ROMULO Join us as Liana Romulo, General Carlos P. Romulo’s granddaughter, shares personal and public life stories of General Romulo, one of the Philippines’ greatest public servants, well-respected diplomat and international advocate for cooperation and …

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