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The Filipino American Woman Project

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131: "It's really exciting to be introduced to books that are pertinent to our culture and to be able to discuss them in community." A book club invitation with Jen, Nani and Caitilin Damacion Surprise! In celebration of the holiday weekend, we
130: "I trust that the feelings I’m having right now will be taken care of with whatever comes next." Season finale and wrapping up FAHM with Jen and Nani With mixed feelings, but mostly feeling satisfied, Jen and Nani wrap up season three of T
129: “Use your community and use your resources because they're here to help you.” Teaching kapwa in the classroom and at home with Keani Dominguez This conversation is also available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/NCoeVFAhP2A (https://youtu.be/N
128: "Happy Filipino American History Month!" October Events and Exclusive content only available on Tsismis with Jen and Nani Remember when we said we had big plans for #FAHM this year? Well, here they are!!! 10/15: Get to know Kuya Kirby Arau
127: “That’s part of my calling as an artist; going with the flow of how the world changes through storytelling.” Broadway performing, life pivots, & choosing curiosity over shame with Jesca Prudencio This conversation is also available on YouT
126: "I'm happy to be in a space where Filipino American History Month is more about celebrating it as opposed to fighting for it." Celebrating FAHM for the 3rd year with Jen and Nani This episode is also available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/
125: “When you find authenticity & kindness in a person, keep them close.” Drive thru balut, Filipinos in show business, and turning childhood dreams into cathartic professional opportunities with Emy Coligado This conversation is also availabl
124: "Although I could've kept going solo, it's nice to lean against you again." Welcoming Nani back to the show as a new mother This week on TFAW Project, someone special makes their reintroduction back onto the show.  Yep! You guessed it. (Dr
123: "My love for the arts far outweighed my fears." Storytelling, being the eldest of seven siblings, and living her best life in her 40s and 50s with Bles Chavez-Bernstein This conversation is also available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/MWlxE
122: “I can find my words because of you, the listener.” Important show updates and finally replying to your messages with Jen Amos Jen returns with another solo episode! She shares her and Nani’s winter plans for the show, newly released conte
121: "The bamboo ceiling has partly to do with us because we hold so closely to our culture." Enhancing culture in your local community and practicing respectful assertiveness with Dr. Abby Hamilton This interview is also available on YouTube:
120: "Acknowledge the loss that may have propelled you to seek out something new to begin with." A shaken foundation, keynote speech, and showing up anyway with Jen Amos For the first time in 115+ episodes, Jen Amos shows up solo! She shares a
119: "It's important to hear that you matter." Cultural alignment, making mental health accessible, & bringing Fil-Ams back to the Philippines with Melody Agbisit This interview is also available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/m94QyHuS2OE (https:
118: “If you notice me, you notice my village. You notice my community. I am standing on the shoulders of giants.” Expressing gratitude with Jen & Nani This episode is also available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/m1ox-dOGLVw (https://youtu.be/m1
117: "There’s not one way to be Filipino. My feeling of belonging is based on wherever I am now with myself.” Sampling cultures, land acknowledgments, & the somatic effects of culture shock with Magdalena Valderrama Rural resident, Co-Founder &
116: "We continue to really uncover more and more of our narrative that hasn't been shared before." Recent events, upcoming events, and exclusive content with Jen & Nani Jen & Nani catch up this week on pregnancy updates, recent events, upcomin
115: “If we inherit our ancestral trauma, we also inherit our ancestral resistance, joy, & resilience.” Dismantling white supremacy one scene at a time with Francesca Fernandez McKenzie This interview is also available on YouTube: https://youtu
114: "I keep showing up because you all keep showing up." Pregnancy updates, upcoming live events, and exciting news with Jen and Nani In this week's co-host commentary, Jen & Nani chat about all the nerves & feelings as Nani approaches her fin
113: “Through you guys, I’ve found the language. The cycle can end with me.” Using intimate activism to redefine the meaning of strength with Alessandra Rivera This interview is also available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/yqIRZWUKcnM (https://y
112: “We don’t want to create a false impression of our community and negate the fact that not everyone operates with intention.” New, original content on BuyUsBoba.com and upcoming travel plans with Jen & Nani Exciting news! Tsismis with Jen &
111: "You're gonna be a part of that person's life for the rest of your life. Why wouldn't you love them?" Centering family, passing down Filipino culture, & the blended family experience w/ Aunties Jen & Marie Nani’s family presence on TFAW Pr
110: “There’s a history of the Pinay being silenced. The more we can invest in ourselves, the better we can build self-sustaining communities.” TFAW Project @ AAPA’s Inaugural Asian Podcast Festival Last week, TFAW Project had the opportunity t
109: “Don’t let others or the color of your skin get in the way of proudly identifying as Filipino.” Biracial identity crises, long distance relationships, & being raised by single Filipino moms with Michelle Werle This episode is also availabl
108: "It's not that my mom was emotionally unavailable... she was emotionally exhausted." Collective affection and this weekend's events with Jen & Nani Jen & Nani share a brief episode today to reflect on their last Live workshop, "Collective
107: “So much of being Filipino is defined by our relationships.” Learning the language to make sense of our experiences through storytelling and the Filipinx-Canadian experience with Catherine Febria This episode is also available on YouTube:
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