In the Service of the Filipino: Teresita Bautista
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hear audio segments from an October 2004 interview by Nicole Tanjuakio
Teresita Bautista on Filipino immigration and living in the
She is currently involved with several organizations such as Filipinos for Affirmative Action, Civil Rights Advocates, and Filipino American Historical National Society, all focusing on service for Filipino and Filipino Americans alike.
Ms. Terry Bautista shares some early memories of her family immigrating to the
Ms. Terry Bautista explains the significance of having Catholic Education, among others, as a Filipino growing up.
Ms. Terry Bautista discusses racism and how it affects Filipinos
Ms. Terry Bautista discusses the hardships for a Filipino living in a foreign country such as the
Ms. Terry Bautista is part of the Filipino American Historical National Society, the East Bay chapter. A society of Filipino American Writers, FAHNS is composed of different people with wonderful stories to share.
Filipinos for Affirmate Action or FAA and Civil Rights Advocates are dedicated to helping Filipino immigrants and fighting against issues such as racial discrimination.
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last revised: 1-21-05
by Eric Brenner, Skyline College, San Bruno, CA
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