Vocalo will welcome Chicago-based artist Sen Morimoto for an intimate virtual performance. The performance will be followed by a live Q&A with Jill Hopkins that will touch on the importance of civic engagement and voting.
This online event is a collaboration between arts collectives in the US and Philippines that are remembering the resistance against the Marcos dictatorship and continuing to raise voices against the killings, attacks, and the return of tyranny today.
In honor of Filipino American History Month, the Filipino American Lawyers Association of Chicago and the Loyola University Chicago School of Law's Asian Pacific American Law Students Association present:
Please join Everthrive IL, CASL Associate Board, and Mujeres' Young Professionals Advisory Council in conversation with Illinois State Representative Theresa Mah. She will speak to her path to leadership and how she has become a change agent
On September 20th, 2019, Malaya Chicago-Midwest will convene in front of the Philippine Consulate to demand an end to the human rights violations, killings, and de-facto martial law throughout the Philippines. We invite all to attend.
The Japanese government’s “Walk in U.S., Talk on Japan” program started in 2014. A delegation, led by former Japanese ambassadors or other public figures, visits various regions throughout the United States as a form of grassroots exchange.
This revealing, politically hair-raising documentary portrait makes it clear that, at the age of 90, the vain, shoe-loving former first lady of the Philippines still has a firm grip on power behind the scenes as she maneuvers to catapult her son Ferdinand Jr., aka Bongbong, to the nation’s presidency.
Next week is our candidate forum for IL Senate District 1 & IL House District 2. As one candidate from each of these elections will represent us in the Illinois General Assembly, it is crucial for our community members to understand their roles and make informed votes.
Gold House, in partnership with the 2020 Census, Facebook, and Comcast NBCUniversal, cordially invites you to “Shaping Tomorrow’s Economy & Politics,” a virtual town hall. Join Asian and AAPI champions Amrita Ahuja, Andrew Yang, Betty Liu, Jose Antonio Vargas, and Tim Wang, for an in-depth conversation on how the AAPI community can shape the economy and politics coming out of COVID-19, moderated by MSNBC & NBC News Anchor, Richard Lui.
Join us virtually on Saturday, June 27th at 3 PM ET alongside the Biden and Trump campaigns and learn more about how each will address important issues such as healthcare, education, the economy, and gun control in a future presidency.