Becoming authentically Filipino: advice for Ja Du
by Devin Israel Cabanilla
A white American claims a Filipino racial identity. So let's discuss the real racial issues faced by those Filipinos who have always been people of color.
Nov 17, 2017
Grant to help Filipino community honor Bataan survivors, Seattle Filipino leaders
by Globalist Staff
The Filipino Community of Seattle plans two historical installations when it expands its community center in the Rainier Valley.
May 30, 2017
Filipino-themed pop-up offers alternative holiday shopping
by Jeannette Magsino
Tucked away in a loft across from the Market, Palengke pop-up has holiday gifts with real community roots.
Nov 21, 2016
5 Tagalog words I wish we had in English
by Katrina Pestaño
A language of resistance, diaspora and deep longing, Tagalog pinpoints the sentiments of this heavy-hearted activist.
Oct 19, 2016
A final drag show at Inay’s
by Jovelle Tamayo
As Beacon Hill restaurant Inay's closed last Friday, drag performer Atasha Manila said goodbye to the place that gave her a start.
Feb 1, 2016
Seattle Filipino mainstay Inay’s restaurant closes
by Venice Buhain
The restaurant was popular for its comfort food, but also for being host to a food pop-up and a drag show.
Jan 30, 2016
U.S. Marine found guilty in death of Filipino transgender woman Jennifer Laude
Joseph Scott Pemberton had been charged with the murder of Jennifer Laude, but was convicted of the lesser offense of homicide.
Dec 2, 2015
Video: Seattle’s hidden history of Filipino struggle
by Ansel Herz
On Saturday, the Filipino activist group AnakBayan Seattle will celebrate its tenth anniversary as the first overseas chapter of the democratic youth organization, which is based in the Philippines. But the history of Filipinos fighting for dignity and respect in Seattle reaches back further to over a century ago. This history isn’t taught in schools, […]
Nov 29, 2012
Globalists get primed for Pride Weekend with Aleksa Manila
by Jill Mangaliman
You can tell it’s Pride Month when all the storefronts on Capitol Hill put out their rainbow flags and your newsfeed fills up with invites to parades and dance parties. With Marriage Equality on the ballot and the first ever Pride ASIA event in the International District, it’s like everyone is feeling us queers. But […]
Jun 22, 2012
Why I Organize: Filipina migrants in Seattle fight for rights in Northwest and back home.
by Jill Mangaliman
For decades, people have been the Philippines’ largest export. Women make up 70% of the more than 4,000 nationals who leave the country each day. Most of them come to the US, but there are Filipinas all over the world. Both in the US and abroad, they often find themselves in jobs where they’re vulnerable to violence […]
Mar 9, 2012
Kitchen Stories: Jill’s Turrón de Bananas
by alma khasawnih
I love food. I probably think of it more than I think of anything else. Food is subtle; the mixing of the sour and the sweet, a hint of anise, a dash of ginger, just the right amount of time in the oven to keep it things moist on the inside crunchy on the outside. […]
Jan 8, 2012
Seattle Filipinos take a community-to-community approach to disaster relief
by Ansel Herz
Tropical storms and flooding in the Philippines have killed 1,500 people and displaced hundreds of thousands more in recent weeks. The United Nations issued a desperate appeal for nearly $30 million in relief funds late last month. Last Thursday BAYAN-NW, the Filipino Community of Seattle, and the Ihaw Ihaw Band responded to the crisis, holding […]
Jan 6, 2012