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Drive For Young Leaders Golf Tournament

The Philippine Consulate General in San Francisco, Filipino Young Leaders Program, and the Department of Foreign Affairs present. DRIVE FOR...

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Immersion Program | Press Release |

Delegates selected for 2017 immersion program to the Philippines

Filipino Young Leaders Program Contact: Kit Zulueta (808) 291-9407 WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Philippine Embassy today announced the sixth cohort...

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FYLPRO alumni share experiences at Info Sessions, public invited

Two FYLPRO Info Sessions are scheduled this week for alumni to engage the public in meaning discussion as they share...

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Press Release | Projects |

A musical about Filipinos and the Philippines inches closer to Broadway

SEATTLE – It was the first time the cast performed ​to​ a mostly Filipino audience for Seattle Repertory Theatre’s hit...

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In honor of International Women's Day #IWD2019 and every day, the Filipino Young Leaders Program (FYLPRO) celebrates our remarkable sisters. Learn more about the amazing women of FYLPRO at www.fylpro.org. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

FYLPRO

We are pleased to announce that NextDayBetter, a FYLPRO #LegacyProject by Ryan Letada has officially partnered with TFC The Filipino Channel to launch a storytelling campaign called INTERSECTIONS.

Intersections will explore how purpose-driven individuals in unexpected places are redefining and reimagining what it means to Filipino. It will discover and interrogate untold human stories at the intersection of identity, culture, and movements. Through storytelling, Intersections will explore “identity politics and divides” and present new ways of being and doing in pursuit of bettering oneself and communities. Stay tuned for the first of many inspiring stories like—the Filipino surfer fighting for cleaner oceans in Hawaii; a Filipino (Dr. E.J. Ramos David — another #FYLPRO alumnus) on indigenous rights and coalition building; and a half black, half Filipino artist who is navigating internalized racism.

Casting for featured heroes/subjects from across the country are ongoing. Please contact us or email curious@nextdaybetter.com if you’re interested. Mabuhay #NextDayBetter and #TFC and maraming salamat!
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