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Filipino American Ethnicity, Education and Diaspora in Hawaiʻi

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Title:Filipino American Ethnicity, Education and Diaspora in Hawaiʻi
Authors:Okamura, Jonathan Y.
LC Subject Headings:Filipino Americans -- Hawaii -- Social Conditions
Filipino Americans -- Hawaii -- Ethnic Identity
Filipino Americans -- Education -- Hawaii
Date Issued:2021
Description:Contents
Preface
Introduction: The Struggle Continues

Ethnicity and Community
Filipino Hometown Associations in Hawai‘i
Kinship and Community: Filipino Immigrants in Honolulu
Beyond Adaptationism: Immigrant Filipino Ethnicity in Hawai‘i

Relations and Representations
Filipino American History in Hawai‘i: A Young Visayan Woman’s Perspective
From Running Amok to Eating Dogs: A Century of Misrepresenting Filipino Americans in Hawai‘i
When the Field is Your Home: Doing Advocacy Work and Academic Work in Hawai‘i

Diaspora and Transnationalism
Writing the Filipino Diaspora: Roman R. Cariaga’s The Filipinos in Hawaii
Transnational Migration and the Global Filipino Diaspora

Education and Inequality
Pamantasan: Filipino American Higher Education
Filipino American Access to Public Higher Education in California and Hawai‘i
Systemic Racism against Filipino Americans at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/76524
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