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Racism has long played a part in shaping public perceptions of Filipinos and their experiences in Hawaiʻi. In an effort to challenge common stereotypes and misconceptions, Lance D. Collins and Aina Iglesias lead a discussion about Filipino identity and community across the islands.
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