An ongoing memory campaign and effort to create a monument to women migrant care workers.
A photobooth activation inviting participants to share oral histories about care and community.
Participatory posters that enable reflection on the economies and systems of care.
A protest, elder puppet built by artist Xenia Diente that engages in the traditional gesture is called “pagmamano,” where wisdom and blessings are received by the participant
Adobo contest and free community tasting at the inaugural Little Manila Block Party
Documentary and dance film highlighting the stories of Filipino healthcare workers and performances inspired by cultural tradition
Tsinelas exhibition and workshop by artist Karl Orozco and bahay kubo installation by architect duo Almasphere
Community banner-making workshop and installation promoting solidarity with Asian American communities in Queens
A message of welcome, cheers, and long live on 69th Street and Roosevelt Avenue
Free outdoor community weaving workshop in Woodside, Queens led by artist Cynthia Alberto
Unveiling ceremony and celebration of the Little Manila Avenue street sign after a two-year advocacy campaign
Filipinos Rise Up was a rally addressing the surge in anti-Asian hate crimes targeting Filipino elders in the NYC region
Whatever it is, the way you tell your story online can make all the difference
Organized efforts to remove trash and debris to improve usage of Little Manila public space
Deliveries that mutually aided Filipino healthcare workers and immigrant-owned small businesses in Little Manila
Redistricting efforts to unify the Little Manila community and strengthen the Filipino American voice #OurLittleManila
Community organizations, leaders, and artists gathered to celebrate Filipino American History Month