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Public Lecture: Filipino-American Experience

Location: UCB, Room 127

Dr. Ronald Sundstrom, Professor of Philosophy of San Francisco will deliver a public lecture entitled "The Filipino-American Experience and The Post-Racial State on October 16, 2015, 4-5:30 pm, UCB 127. Open to public.

For more information, contact: normanq@hawaii.edu 932-7030

Tags: Filipino American Heritage Month FAHM Filipino-American

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