Filmmaker and scholar Celine Parreñas Shimizu’s “The Celine Archive” makes its Bay Area premiere at the Center for Asian American Media’s CAAMFest Oct. 14-18.
And during this pandemic, Filipinx Americans also document the ways in which they are classified as diseased in terms of the rising hate crimes against Asian Americans.
These experiences echo the construction of Filipinx Americans in the earlier twentieth century as marginalized within our state.
A: Celine Navarro’s family took care of their family photos, which really helped to make the movie happen.
Filipinx American history remains understudied while also benefitting from a number of prominent scholars who study Filipinx American history.