Archive for October, 2012

Tagalog/English 2012 California Voter Guide

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

The more than 350,000 Filipino registered voters in California can make a difference in the election this coming November 6th.

Please participate in the democratic process by casting your vote.  Every vote counts.

Consider our recommendations for the State of California propositions on your ballot.

Rock the Balut!!

Download the bilingual,  Tagalog & English, voter guide for California’s 2012 election!

You can also click here to go to Mobilize the Immigrant Vote’s website to get the voter guide in Tagalog, English, Spanish, Chinese, Lao, Vietnamese, and Korean.

FAJ youth working to pass Prop 30

Rock the Balut in the 2012 Election

Tuesday, October 16th, 2012

There are 6 days left to register to vote for the 2012 election! The last day to register to vote is this coming  Monday, October 22.

Not sure on how to register to vote? To busy to stop by the post office, DMV, or public library? Join the 18 million and rising  API voters this election and register to vote on our website by following this link.

There are 11 California ballot measures for the year’s election and FAJ along with our partners Mobilize the Immigrant Vote have created a voter guide to help you decide on these important measures. Our recommendations below reflect our priorities and values. All people, regardless of immigration status, have a right to quality education, good jobs, health care, public benefits, affordable housing, healthy environments, and human dignity.

Join Us in Celebrating Filipino American History Month in October

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

Alameda on October 13th
This Saturday the Alameda Committee to Celebrate  FIL-AM History invites you to a Filipino Fiesta at Harbor Bay Isle Community Center, Poppy Room 3195 Mecartney Road, Alameda from 10 am – 4 pm. Come for Polynesian & Filipino folk performances, Escrima & Bok Fu demos, activities for children and a voter educational presented by Filipino Advocates for Justice. Tickets for lunch are $10 adults in advance & $12 at the door; and $7 for children in advance & $9 at the door.

ACC 2012 FINAL Star Flyer

Oakland on October 17th
Also this month is is the reception for “We Are America: Resistance and Resilience” a timeline of Filipino American history.  Come and join us on Wednesday, October 17 from 6:30 to 8:30pm at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center for this event.

In 1994, activists in the SF Bay Area created a 100-year timeline about the civil rights of Filipinos and their efforts over the decades to assert these rights. That timeline will be on display at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center, October through December 2012, providing a visual account of Filipino resistance to discrimination and a chronology of the community’s struggle for equality.   In addition to the timeline a display of photos, artifacts, and news articles will be on exhibit for October Filipino American History Month.

(Photo courtesy of Stockton FANHS, Bombed Headquarters of the Filipino Federation of America, Jan 29, 1930.)

Your tax deductible donations will help volunteers curate this exhibit. Click here to donate and identify your donation to the timeline by adding “timeline” to the Address 2 box under billing information.

You can also send checks directly and payable to Filipino Advocates for Justice with “We Are America” in the memo section. Mail to:  310 8th Street, Suite 308, Oakland, CA 94607.

This project is a collaboration with Filipino Advocates for Justice and Oakland Asian Cultural Center. For more information, contact Terry Bautista at 510-213-9737 or tcb_consultant (at)

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