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Article written by the Manila Article, discussing Jose Rizal's "Maria Clara".

This Asian American course offers an alternative approach to the study of Asian American cultural heritage using food and nutrition as a vehicle.

Asian American studies course which explores the location, organization and mobility of Asian American communities and how they relate to American Society.

Asian American studies course which explores historic and contemporary issues within the Asian American community.

Bibliography and course outline regarding Asian American women. Sources are primarily from Asian American journals and newsletters.

Asian American studies course related to the self-awareness, alienation, and life perspectives of Asians in America.

Asian American studies course which examines inter-ethnic relations amongst different Asian communities and larger American society as a whole.

Asian American studies course which explores historic and contemporary issues within the Asian American community.

Curriculum development course designed to generate sources for a planned course "Foods of Asia". This curriculum development course aims to offer an alternative approach to the study of Asian American cultural heritage using food and nutrition as a…

Asian American studies course which explores historic and contemporary issues within the Asian American community. Class structure for this course was aimed to be a class discussion, with an alternative lecture style if need be.

Asian American studies course which explores historic and contemporary issues within the Asian American community.

Asian American studies course related to the self-awareness, alienation, and life perspectives of Asians in America.

Asian American studies course which explores historic and contemporary issues within the Asian American community.

Asian American studies course which examines inter-ethnic relations amongst different Asian communities and larger American society as a whole.

Asian American studies course which explores contemporary issues within the Asian American community along with identifying potential problems the communities faced or will in the future.

Fall 1970 syllabus for the Asian Experience in America course (AAS 33) . The class was taught by Professor George Kagiwada and featured various readings related to early East Asian immigration to the US, Asian experiences throughout California,…

Provided sources for the Asian Experience in America Course. Books range from early Asian immigration, to anti-asian sentiments, and establishment of ethnic enclaves.

Fall 1969 syllabus for the Asian Experience in America course (History 198[38]) . The class was taught by Professor George Kagiwada and featured various readings related to Chinese, Japanese and Filipino immigration, Japanese Internment during WWII,…

Spring 1969 syllabus for the Asian Experience in America course (History 198[38]) . The class was taught by Professor Jung-Pang Lo and featured various readings from Asian American authors and guest lectures such as Larry Itliong. Related activities…

Musical performance by American Center of the Philippine Arts

South of Market (SoMa) Pilipinas Representative Rachel Lastimosa

Children's booth at Larry Itliong Day

Musical performance by American Center of the Philippine Arts

Musical performance by Filipino Advocates for Justice

Musical performance by Filipino Advocates for Justice

Spoken Word performance by Filipino Advocates for Justice

Spoken Word performance by Filipino Advocates for Justice

Spoken Word performance by Filipino Advocates for Justice

Spoken Word performance by Filipino Advocates for Justice

Spoken Word performance by Filipino Advocates for Justice

Spoken Word performance by Filipino Advocates for Justice

Gayle Romansanta, co author of "Journey for Justice: The Life of Larry Itliong," and daughter performing a live reading.

Crowd in attendance for Larry Itliong Day 2017 event, watching the Delano Manongs Documentary

Photograph 2 of Assembly Rob Bonta's opening address for the 3rd Annual Larry Itliong Day event.

Photograph 1 of Assembly Rob Bonta's opening address for the 3rd Annual Larry Itliong Day event.

Photograph of UFWOC Assistant Director Larry Itliong

Photograph of "The Farm Worker's Champion" by Dick Meister. Originally copy housed at the University of California's Farm Worker Movement Documentary Project collection

Print of Filipino Worker on lettuce field using "El Cortito," a short-handed hoe.

Photograph Display of Itliong, Vera Cruz, and "El Cortito," Larry Itliong Day 2017
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