The Blasian March is about to reach its 2 Year Anniversary! October 26, join us at MoCADA, Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts, 80 Hanson Pl, Brooklyn, NY, to celebrate Filipino American History Month! Hors d'eourves start at 6:30 and 7:30 program starts!
The Blasian March proudly presents #FilipinosRiseUp: Black Filipinx Power. October is Filipino American History Month! We are celebrating over two and a half centuries of Black-Filipino Solidarity history on Turtle Island and the Black Filipinos in our community today. All speakers and artists are mixed Black and Filipino people!
Our goal will fulfill our budget needs as follows:
Performer 1: 150
Panelist 1: 150
Panelist 2: 150 (Sponsored!)
Panelist 3: 150 (Sponsored!
Food Access Fund: 1000
Graphic Designer Fee: 240 (Sponsored!)
New Total: 1590
Excess funds will be split evenly between Trans Asylias, Black Alliance for Just Immigration, and efforts to support campaigns across the country to pass the Philippine Human Rights Act.
The Blasian March is proud to be going on for two years and is now under the collective leadership of chapters in Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago, and New Haven, with many more leaders coming up. We also have other rallies in other cities and internationally in the works! Please help us continue to support building solidarity across Black and Asian communities!
Image description: A person in a black shirt holding up a cardboard sign that reads Black + Asian Solidarity. Image description: Black, Asian and Blasian people marching together in Chicago. July 30, 2022. Photo credit Ting Wyse.
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