“Am I halo-halo?” Finding the Filipino-American Restorying Framework Through Consent
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CitationDenney, M. (2023). “am I halo-halo?” finding the Filipino-american restorying framework through consent. Journal of Consent-Based Performance, 2(2), 62–73. https://doi.org/10.46787/jcbp.v2i2.3677
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AbstractThe Filipino-American Restorying Framework seeks to provide clarity amidst the unclarity that is the Filipino-American experience through consent. This article presents a brief history between the Philippines and the US, and how reclamation of the Filipino story leads to a cultural shift towards acceptance for Filipino-Americans. The information presented should be utilized to help understand the Filipino-American experience and to help other "Americanized Pinoys" understand their story, which begins with a resonant yes to yourself as a storyteller. We seek to build a narrative and framework that is encompassing of our ancestral activists, educators, and policymakers that were rooted in collective liberation, community, and kapwa.
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