Reshape the History of Filipina Women and Girls: Babae Ka Party List and V Monologues/MMRP in San Francisco

For the April 10, 2010 weekend – Reshape the history of Filipina Women & girls worldwide! (Overseas Filipino voting & the V-Monologues/MMRP in San Francisco, CA)

Hello, friends! It’s been sometime since you’ve heard from me. For this worldwide email directed to all Overseas Filipinos/Filipinas s and the Asian Pacific American community for this special weekend, these are my highlights for you to consider. Take action! Please forward freely and widely in your distribution list. My apologies for any cross-postings.

– Lorna Dietz, community publicist for the Filipino (FilipinasMag.com), Indonesian (KabariNews.com), & Punjabi (SanJoseMela.com) American communities

THIS WEEKEND’S HIGHLIGHTS:

1. Overseas Filipino Voters for the Philippine Elections (Babae Ka Party List, #110 on the ballot) and Filipino voters in the Philippines (Babae Ka Party List, #116 on the ballot)

Jacqueline Lingad or Jacquie Lingad Ricci, An Overseas Filipina and a dear friend to many of us, is one of the four nominees of this women’s political party (a centrist organization). One of their advocacies is to make sure Anti-Age Discrimination is practiced in the Filipino workplace (it’s about time!). Check out the video, ALL ABOUT BABAE KA IN FIVE MINUTES, that I created/produced (Youtube) at http://bit.ly/b75VYd

Before I decided to support Babae Ka Party List, I placed my research in a FilipinaImages.com posting. What an eye-opener! See http://bit.ly/d2RAgh

2. The V Monologues and MMRP with an all-Asian Pacific American cast in San Francisco on April 10, 2010 (produced by the Filipina Women’s Network since 2004)

Here’s a moving video (Youtube) where Fides Enriquez and Gerri Nuval talk about why they joined the 2010 cast. http://bit.ly/aA5kbe

WHEN: Saturday, April 10, 2010
WHERE: Herbst Theatre, San Francisco

WHAT TIME: 7:30 pm — “The Vagina Monologues” and
“A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and A Prayer”

WHERE TO BUY TICKETS: www.CityBoxOffice.com or 415.392.4400
Sponsorships/ads: 415.935.4396 or [email protected]

Admission: $88 (VIP), $38 (general admission), $28 (students/ seniors), 10% discount for groups of 20 or more.
Can’t make it to the show? Sponsor a resident or a staff member of a domestic violence agency. Only $38. Click here to sponsor: http://www.filipinawomensnetwork.org/events?eventId=134499&EventViewMode=EventDetails

FOR MORE INFORMATION: http://filipinawomensnetwork.org/

THE V-DIARIES 2010 ONLINE with Mona Pasquil, Acting Lieutenant Governor, State of California, on the cover page: http://bit.ly/cBpycW (and for all you Cebuano/Bisaya-speaking folks in my Universe, Mona is one “garbo sa sugbo’ gyud)

V-Diaries 2010 – Mona Pasquil


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ADDITIONAL NOTES:

1. BABAE KA

From Jacqueline Lingad Ricci’s facebook page:

Jacquie Lingad, Babae Ka Partylist Director & No. 2 Nominee, is the daughter of former Pampanga Governor Jose Bulaon Lingad of Lubao Pampanga who was the first opposition leader to be assassinated during the Marcos dictatorship. Daughter of Catalina Canlas Mangila from San Vicente, Santa Rita Pampanga. Formerly with the PCGG (Philippine Commission on Good Government) and DOT (Department of Tourism). Coordinator for Disaster Preparedness & Emergency Response Team. Fighting for the the rights of Women & Children in our homeland and overseas. An activist during the martial law era and member of the Movement for Free Philippines and Ninoy Aquino Movement. Activities include Juvenile Justice Coordinating Council and against domestic violence to women & children.

2. FILIPINA WOMEN’S NETWORK

Marily Mondejar, FWN president, sent an email to us. Here are snippets from this email:

http://www.filipinawomensnetwork.org/v-2010asian

Meet the brave women and men of the V-Day FWN Asian American Cast & Crew 2010, San Francisco:

1. Bill Tamayo, Esq., Regional Attorney, EEOC for San Francisco and Pacific Northwest
2. Brenda Hartshorn, Photographer
3. Brian Soo, Kaiser Permanente
4. Charles Wang, Cellist
5. Claudine Cheng, Attorney & Principal, Claudine Cheng Consultants
6. Connie Zheng, Client Staff Assistant, Burson-Marsteller
7. Dave Rodriguez, Realtor, Pacific Realty and Investment Corporation
8. David Chiu, Supervisor, SF District 3 and President, SF Board of Supervisors
9. Don Santos, Retail Fragrance Specialist, Make-up Artist
10. Dr. Emily Murase, Executive Director, San Francisco Dept. of the Status of Women and Candidate for the San Francisco School Board
11. Erin Fightmaster, Teacher, Kid Street Learning Center
12. Errol Zshornack, Attorney at Law
13. Felicia Perez, Professional Genealogist, Lecturer, and Dream Worker
14. Fides Enriquez, Executive Director, Pacific Ethnographic and New Art Media
15. Fiona Ma, Speaker pro Tempore, Assemblywoman, District 12
16. Franklin M. Ricarte, Social Media Strategist
17. Genevieve Dwyer, President, Genevieves Corporation
18. Geraldine Nuval-Weibull, Owner, My Boudoir Lingerie
19. Gian Lizardo, Youth Advocate, Project: Come Passion & Soulciety
20. Gladys Dodds, Managing Associate, Partners in Business Systems
21. Helen Marte Bautista, (former) Commissioner, San Francisco Public Library
22. Dr. Jennifer Ong, Optometrist; Commissioner, Alameda County Commission on the Status of Women
23. Josephine Romero, Philippine Trade Commissioner, UI.S. Western Region
24. Julie D. Soo, Esq., Senior Staff Counsel, California Dept. of Insurance
25. Juliette Olivia Musni, Student, Rooftop Alternative
26. Katrina Socco, Senior Director of Programs, Youth Leadership Institute, San Mateo County
27. Keesa Ocampo, Government and Community Relations, ABS CBN International
28. Koua Jacklyn Franz, Executive Director, Hmong Women’s Heritage Association
29. Madeleine O’Dell Conui, LOLA Activist, Retired RN
30. Marife Sevilla RN, President, Philippine Nurses Association of Northern California
31. Marites Ares, Legislative Analyst, California School Boards Association
32. Maya Ong Escudero, Teacher
33. Mitzi Manzano, Freelance Make-up Artist and Fashion Stylist
34. Mona Pasquil, Acting Lieutenant Governor, State of California
35. Noelani Sallings, President, DAWN -Democratic Activists for Women Now
36. Norma P. Edar, CFO, A Topnotch Security Services Inc. and Costless Maintenance Services
37. Rae Almajose, Retired
38. Raymond Virata, Art Director, Filipinas Magazine
39. Sabrina Sandalo, Marketing, Frog Design
40. Sol M. Manaay, President & CEO, Care on Call, Inc.
41. Sonia Delen, Senior Vice President, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
42. Dr. Valerie de Leon, Dentist, Millbrae Smile Center

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