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October is
Filipino American
History Month

FAHM 2018 Theme: Turning Points

17th Biennial
FANHS Conference

July 11-14, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare in Chicago, IL.

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Filipino American History Month Resolution

Filipino Americans: Making American History for 427 years 

Filipino American History Month was first proclaimed by the 111th Congress of the United States in November 2009.

House Resolution 780, in concurrence with Senate Resolution 298, read in its entirety as law:

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FANHS Chapters

The FANHS national network, comprised of 33 chapters throughout the United States, was founded by Dr. Dorothy Laigo Cordova and Dr. Fred Cordova in 1982.

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Frederic A. Cordova

Frederic A. Cordova, 82, passed peacefully on December 21, 2013. Born June 3, 1931, in Selma CA to Margarita Pilar and Geraldo Umali, Fred considered Stockton, California, his hometown although as a child he lived in numerous California farm areas because his adoptive parents Leoncio and Lucia Cordova contracted migrant farm laborers.

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2018 Filipino American History Month Theme: Turning Points

The Filipino American National Historical Society announces the following theme for the 2018 Filipino American History Month: TURNING POINTS. Three events changed forever the lives of Filipinos and Filipino Americans: the declaration of Philippine independence and establishment of the First Philippine Republic, the Spanish American War and the establishment of Ethnic Studies. These events were turning points in Filipina/o/x…

Photo of Dolores Alic and her immigrant family in New York City (circa 1952).

Upon DACA Repeal, FANHS Reflects on Filipino American History

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 5, 2017 Contact: Dorothy Cordova, Executive Director, fanhsnational@gmail.com SEATTLE, WA: As the Trump administration ends the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, the Filipino American National Historical Society reflects on the immigration history of Filipino Americans in the United States. We recognize that the paths to citizenship for our families…

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What Filipina/o American History Can Teach Us About the Recent Executive Order on Immigration

by Dawn Bohulano Mabalon, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Dept. of History, San Francisco State University; Co-Founder, Little Manila Foundation; National Scholar, Filipino American National Historical Society; and Kevin Nadal, Ph.D., Professor, Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Director, Center for LGBTQ Studies, City University of New York; President, Asian American Psychological Association; Board of Trustees,…

From the FANHS Family to the Montano Family: Remembering Joe Montano (1968-2016)

FANHS is deeply saddened by the loss of the long-time member of our FANHS family – Joe Montano. Our FANHS Executive Director, Dorothy Cordova and the FANHS Trustees express their condolences to Joe’s family and loved ones. Please see the attached heartfelt tribute from the FANHS Family to the Montano Family – by our FANHS President Emerita: Dr. Joan May T. Cordova


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Upcoming Events


Future FANHS Conferences

• 2020 FANHS National Conference in Honolulu, HI


Past FANHS Conferences

  • 2022 -Seattle
  • 2020 – Hawaii
  • 2018 – Chicago, Illinois
  • 2016 – New York, New York
  • 2014 – San Diego, California
  • 2012 – Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • 2010 – Seattle, Washington
  • 2008 – Anchorage, Alaska
  • 2006 – Honolulu, HI
  • 2004 – St. Louis, MO
  • 2002 – Los Angeles, CA
  • 2000 – Virginia Beach, VA
  • 1998 – Manila, Philippines
  • 1998 – Portland, OR
  • 1996 – New York, NY
  • 1994 – San Francisco, CA
  • 1992 – Chicago, IL
  • 1990 – Sacramento, CA
  • 1988 – New Orleans, LA
  • 1987 – Seattle, Washington