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2008 Regional Report For Na Ffaa Seattle Conference 09262008

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Published on September 26, 2008

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NaFFAA Region 8 Northern California EXPANDING OUR ROOTS: PROVIDING ACCESS AND OPPORTUNITIES TO STRENGTHEN OUR FOUNDATION

Welcome to NaFFAA Region 8 Jose Pecho – Regional Chair Lorna Dietz - Regional Vice-Chair Jenab-I Pareja – Regional Youth Chair

 

Fighting for our Filipino American Veterans Rodel Rodis personally met with Sen. Feinstein in Washington DC in February 2008 and Speaker Pelosi in March 2008 to discuss Filipino Veterans Equity issue. Rudy Asercion and Rodel Rodis went to Speaker Nancy Pelosi's Office in May 2008 to urge her to introduce S.1315 in the House. Lobbied for "unequivocal support" for S.1315

Rodel Rodis personally met with Sen. Feinstein in Washington DC in February 2008 and Speaker Pelosi in March 2008 to discuss Filipino Veterans Equity issue.

Rudy Asercion and Rodel Rodis went to Speaker Nancy Pelosi's Office in May 2008 to urge her to introduce S.1315 in the House.

Lobbied for "unequivocal support" for S.1315

Desperate Housewives Organized community meetings at the Philippine Consulate to discuss the Desperate Housewives issue attended by 75 people including 12 Fil-Am doctors Organized a picket of the Disney Store that had more than 50 people and was well covered by the mainstream and community media. Participated in a national conference of Fil-Am doctors and concerned community groups in Las Vegas to address the DH issue and to form FALCON - the Filipino American Leadership Conference

Organized community meetings at the Philippine Consulate to discuss the Desperate Housewives issue attended by 75 people including 12 Fil-Am doctors

Organized a picket of the Disney Store that had more than 50 people and was well covered by the mainstream and community media.

Participated in a national conference of Fil-Am doctors and concerned community groups in Las Vegas to address the DH issue and to form FALCON - the Filipino American Leadership Conference

Quickly Getting Organized

 

 

Taking Community Voices On The Road

The Community & Its Many Voices

NaFFAA Voices On The Road To Empowerment

Heroism (Kabayanihan) at the Local Level. Answering the Need to Honor and Inspire Community Kabayanihan. For their heroism, individuals have been honored by the community. But there has been no vehicle for honoring entire groups or community organizations. This is the need that we propose to meet with the Annual NaFFAA Kabayanihan Awards for Community Service.

Answering the Need to Honor and Inspire Community Kabayanihan.

For their heroism, individuals have been honored by the community. But there has been no vehicle for honoring entire groups or community organizations.

This is the need that we propose to meet with the Annual NaFFAA Kabayanihan Awards for Community Service.

The Kabayanihan Awards will honor community organizations – whether or not affiliated with NaFFAA – that have rendered outstanding and meaningful service to the community in the following fields or benefiting the following sectors: Education Youth Senior Citizens Women Health Immigration & Human Rights Entrepreneurship Arts & Culture Aid to the Philippines Civic Involvement

The Kabayanihan Awards will honor community organizations – whether or not affiliated with NaFFAA – that have rendered outstanding and meaningful service to the community in the following fields or benefiting the following sectors:

Education

Youth

Senior Citizens

Women

Health

Immigration & Human Rights

Entrepreneurship

Arts & Culture

Aid to the Philippines

Civic Involvement

Kabayanihan Awards for Community Service An 11 th category, the Alex Esclamado Award for Advocacy, is for any organization that has advocated in a sustained and outstanding manner a cause or causes that have had a profound impact on the FilAm community or the American mainstream. It is named after Alex Esclamado, the founder of NaFFAA and one of the most ardent advocates of the rights and interests of Filipino Americans and of the Philippines. For this, he was conferred the Legion of Honor by President Corazon Aquino and the Ellis Island Award on the occasion of the 250 th year of the founding of the United States.

An 11 th category, the Alex Esclamado Award for Advocacy, is for any organization that has advocated in a sustained and outstanding manner a cause or causes that have had a profound impact on the FilAm community or the American mainstream.

It is named after Alex Esclamado, the founder of NaFFAA and one of the most ardent advocates of the rights and interests of Filipino Americans and of the Philippines. For this, he was conferred the Legion of Honor by President Corazon Aquino and the Ellis Island Award on the occasion of the 250 th year of the founding of the United States.

Fearlessly Documenting our Voices How? We provide proof that technically-challenged NaFFAA members can stay interconnected by documenting their triumphs, opportunities, and concerns and maintaining their own websites with minimal training and costs. Welcome to http://NaFFAAR8.com

How?

We provide proof that technically-challenged NaFFAA members can stay interconnected by documenting their triumphs, opportunities, and concerns and maintaining their own websites with minimal training and costs.

Welcome to http://NaFFAAR8.com

 

 

 

 

 

Remember, Together, we can clear the road of obstructions in our destination to Empowerment.

Together, we can clear the road of obstructions

in our destination to Empowerment.

 

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