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WokeFlips; Voice of Filipinx America
34 minutes | Jan 1, 2020
New Year Episode: Talking Identity With Michael
Ring in the New Year with Michael, transwomanx refugee of the turtle islands, an emigrant from the Philippines at the age of 13, and a wonderful kickass activist in the Malaya movement.
45 minutes | Dec 24, 2019
Hear the Daughter of the Forgotten 58th Victim of Ampatuan Massacre
The Ampatuan Massacre is not just a stain on the Philippines, it is the largest mass murder of journalists in history. The recent ampatuan trial verdict resulted in 43 convictions, but the court left out one victim, photojournalist Reynaldo Momay. Momay was seen travelling with the caravan of journalists who were killed. In the hastily excavated mass grave, the investigators found Momay's ID, his jacket, and his upper denture. His body, however, was never found among the other 57 victims. Missing the body, the court said that it had no proof that Momay was dead (he has not been seen for 10 years). WokeFlips talks to the daughter of Reynaldo Momay, Ma Reynafe Castillo Momay.
91 minutes | Nov 26, 2019
Pixar, Leni Robredo, and Andal Ampatuan (Happy Anniversary, Motherf^%*&!)
Steven De Castro, Bernadette Patino, and KP Peralta talking Filipino American issues, representation at Pixar, VP Leni Robredo's Drug Tsar thing, and a big shoutout and middle finger to the Ampatuan family. Bernadette Ellorin couldn't make this one (she's busy).
43 minutes | Sep 10, 2019
Our friend from Zurich
Our guest is a Korean activist living in Switzerland, telling us about the bizarre dynamics within the Swiss left when it comes to people of color. Also, Berna, is back from her world travels and describes the work of the International League of People's Struggles (ILPS).
6 minutes | Jun 11, 2019
Reclaiming the Ancient Philippine Alphabet BABAYAN
Steve talks to Christian Kabuhay about the ancient alphabet of indigenous people of the Philippines, known as BABAYAN.
73 minutes | Jun 11, 2019
Ep6 Journalist Dissappearance and Reappearance, Police Apologize
Steven De Castro and Bernadette Ellorin discuss the recent disappearance of Margarita Valle, established Mindanao journalist who was arrested last sunday and then mysteriously released the next day with a public apology from the Philippine National Police. Also, we start ranting about Canadian garbage being shipped to the Philippines and all the other shit, including crusty ideological garbage that continues to enter the Philippines.
10 minutes | Jun 10, 2019
Bonus: What's New in Asian American Film; Talking with Asian Cinevision
Steve talks to David Rances and Erica Chen of Asian Cinevision, an organization promoting Asian American film, which holds the annual International Asian American Film Festival in New York.
14 minutes | Jun 9, 2019
What's Yves Nibungco Been Doing Lately?
Steve talks to Filipino American activist Yves Nibungco, who has been working to organize Filipino Americans in the Malaya Movement to support and promote human rights in the Philippines.
14 minutes | Jun 9, 2019
Filipinos Remember Stonewall
Steve talks to Ozzie of Filipino LGBTQ+ Organization SIGE about Stonewall, as well as a whole number of different things like the differences in organizing in the Philippines compared to the United States.
56 minutes | Jun 5, 2019
Ep5 Searching for Crissy Fabro at the UNIPRO Conference
June 1 was the tenth Anniversary Conference of Pilipino American Unity for Progress (UniPro), held in downtown NYC. Steve broke away from a Bronx pow wow to catch this momentous event and interview Fil Ams who are making a difference in the community, including but not limited to the incredible Crissy Fabro.
74 minutes | May 27, 2019
Ep4 Philippine End-Dependence
Steven De Castro and Berna Ellorin talk about the Malaya Movement activists crashing Philippine Independence Day parades across the United States. And discuss Duterte's showing up two hours late for the graduation ceremony of the Philippine Military Academy yesterday.
40 minutes | May 25, 2019
Ep3 Berna's Brain Tumor Story!
Berna talks about her brain tumor scare. Activism can save your life!
22 minutes | May 25, 2019
Bonus: Jet-Lagged Nikki Returns from the Philippines
68 minutes | May 25, 2019
Ep2 Shit, My Dad's a Trump Fan
Berna talks about her republican relatives.
30 minutes | May 25, 2019
Bonus: Meet the Political LGBTQ+ FIlipino Americans (Sige)
80 minutes | May 25, 2019
Ep1 Duterte Power Plays
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