Workshops

Full workshop descriptions are available for download here.

To pre-register for workshops please email reg.qpc08@gmail.com with your 3 workshop preferences, one for each session, listed by workshop number (e.g. 1A, 2B, 3F).

Workshops by session:

SESSION 1

1A: Fucking Shit Up: Tactics of Nonviolent Direct Action
Kalaya’an Mendoza and Kunsang Kelden

1B: What’s Up With Pilipin@/American Studies and Tagalog in Higher Education?
Krystle Pasco

1C: Loving in the War Years: The intersections of Queer Pinoy Love and Activism
Justin Reyes

1D: An International Perspective: Examining the Lack and Silencing of Sexual Identities in Asian Countries
Larry Nguyen and Richie Nguyen
WORKSHOP FULL

1E: From Village to Stage: The Myth & Problems of Pilipin@s “Returning to their Roots” Through Folk Dancing & Other Artistic Expressions
Joseph Allen Ruanto Ramirez

1F: Queer Activism in Relationships: I know, you know, now what?
Marlo Bagsik and Viana Vela
WORKSHOP FULL

1G: Fight With Tools: Radical Queer Consciousness and New Media
Adrien Salazar

1H: Monolove: Exploring the Monologue
Erika V. Pallasigue

1I: Color Me Queer: Queer identity and creative expressions
Rodkyle Paras and Valerie Afroilan
WORKSHOP FULL

SESSION 2

2A: Queer Pilipina/o Literature and Poetry
Professor Joi Barrios

2B: Emergence of Queer API Grassroots Organizing: How To Create An Organization From Scratch
Haruki Eda
Note change

2C: Decolonize Your Mind
WORKSHOP CANCELLED

2D: Coming Out to Your Parents – Nanay and Tatay
Belinda Dronkers-Laureta and Rev. Trinity Ordona, Ph.D of API Family Pride.
WORKSHOP FULL

2E: A Community Roundtable: Exploring Emerging Politics of the Downe Identity
Ben Cabangun, Jonathan Magat, Brian Ragas from Downe Organizing Project
WORKSHOP FULL

2F: Queerness in Islam & the Rapid Arabization of Moro Culture
Joseph Allen Ruanto Ramirez

2G: Making Soul: a writing/performance workshop
Aimee Suzara
WORKSHOP FULL

2H: Survey of Issues in the Transgender Community
Jocel Rivera

2I: Funking the Gender Lines: The Intersectionality of Gender and Hip Hop
Nate Cedilla
WORKSHOP FULL

SESSION 3

3A: Considering the Non-Profit Sector: Making a career out of your passion
Emerson Aquino of Funkanometry SF and Lance Dwyer of API Wellness Center
WORKSHOP FULL

3B: Reframing Archives: Constructing Filipino-American History from Our Collective Memories
Ellen-Rae Cachola of the Manilatown Heritage Foundation

3C: Building Community, Building Activism and Building Organizations, What is possible? A Guide.
Raphael Buencamino and Antony Ho of the Gay Asian Pacific Alliance
WORKSHOP FULL

3D: Church Potluck
Rev. Roland Stringfellow of the Bay Area Coalition of Welcoming Congregations and the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in Religion and Ministry

3E: Tagalog for the Novice
Tito Ray

3F: Immigration and Queer Equality
Mickey Lim of Immigration Equality SF
WORKSHOP FULL

3G: Womyn Warriors
Ana Espanola and Princess Manuel of Gabriela Network Berkeley
WORKSHOP FULL

3H: Big Oil, Toxic Neighbors: A Legacy of Danger in the Philippines and in the US
Aileen Suzara and Christine Cordero of the Filipino American Coalition for Environmental Solidarity

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30 09 2008
28 10 2008

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