2020 Filipino American History Month Virtual Celebration
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Filipino American History Month — Virtual Celebration with Opening Remarks and Proclamation by Mayor London N. Breed
Please save the date and join us in celebrating Filipino American History Month in a virtual celebration on Wednesday, Oct. 21 at 5:30PM PT. Hosted by San Francisco Mayor London N. Breed and the Filipino American Arts Exposition (FAAE), the virtual celebration will be livestreamed on:
• Mayor Breed’s Facebook Live (www.facebook.com/mayorlondonbreed)
• Pistahan SF’s Facebook Live (www.facebook.com/pistahanSF)
• Mayor Breed’s YouTube (youtube.com/c/mayorlondonbreed)
• Mayor Breed’s Twitter (twitter.com/londonbreed)
Invite friends, family and community members to join us in this special event with opening remarks and proclamation by Mayor London N. Breed, performances from local Filipino artists, and highlights of significant events in our community over the past year.
Event Photo Credit: This Is It Photos
Special Thanks to: Parangal Dance Company
San Francisco’s annual Filipino American History Month celebration, now in its 16th year, honors the Filipino American community’s deep history in the City and the Bay Area and key milestones each year. The celebration is held during the month of October in commemoration of the arrival of the first Filipinos who landed in what is now Morro Bay, California on October 18, 1587. October is also the birth month of Filipino American labor leader Larry Itliong.
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