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The Filipino American Woman Project
The Filipino American Woman Project
Jen Amos

ABOUT US Welcome to the Filipino American Woman Project - A Podcast Show that shares stories and life lessons told by individuals living... more

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Episodes

117: "There’s not one way to be Filipino. My feeling of belonging is based on wherever I am now with myself.” Sampling cultures, land acknowledgments, & the somatic effects of culture shock with Magdalena Valderrama

Rural resident, Co-Founder and Development Director of the Seigler Springs Community Redevelopment Association, and meditation community elder Magdalena Valderrama sits... more

30 Jul 2021 · 59 minutes
116: "We continue to really uncover more and more of our narrative that hasn't been shared before." Recent events, upcoming events, and exclusive content with Jen & Nani

Jen and Nani catch up this week on pregnancy updates, recent events, upcoming events, exclusive Tsismis with Jen and Nani... more

23 Jul 2021 · 28 minutes
115: “If we inherit our ancestral trauma, we also inherit our ancestral resistance, joy, & resilience.” Dismantling white supremacy one scene at a time with Francesca Fernandez McKenzie

This interview is also available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/WFTgFwjHorE (https://youtu.be/WFTgFwjHorE) Actor, Educator, and Producer Francesca Fernandez McKenzie (proudly representing the SF Bay... more

16 Jul 2021 · 1 hour, 14 minutes
114: "I keep showing up because you all keep showing up." Pregnancy updates, upcoming live events, and exciting news with Jen and Nani

In this week's co-host commentary, Jen and Nani chat about all the nerves and feelings as Nani approaches her final... more

09 Jul 2021 · 52 minutes
113: “Through you guys, I’ve found the language. The cycle can end with me.” Using intimate activism to redefine the meaning of strength with Alessandra Rivera

This interview is also available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/yqIRZWUKcnM (https://youtu.be/yqIRZWUKcnM) Ukulele enthusiast and first generation college student Alessandra Rivera reflects on what... more

02 Jul 2021 · 1 hour, 29 minutes
112: “We don’t want to create a false impression of our community and negate the fact that not everyone operates with intention.” New, original content on BuyUsBoba.com and upcoming travel plans with Jen & Nani

Exciting news! Tsismis with Jen and Nani recently released their first original content: an interview with Nani’s dad, Angelo Dominguez!... more

25 Jun 2021 · 38 minutes
111: "You're gonna be a part of that person's life for the rest of your life. Why wouldn't you love them?" Centering family, passing down Filipino culture, & the blended family experience w/ Aunties Jen & Marie

Nani’s family presence on TFAW Project continues to expand! Marie Leanio (EO96) returns for her second interview, this time alongside... more

18 Jun 2021 · 1 hour, 5 minutes
110: “There’s a history of the Pinay being silenced. The more we can invest in ourselves, the better we can build self-sustaining communities.” TFAW Project @ AAPA’s Inaugural Asian Podcast Festival

Last week, TFAW Project had the opportunity to participate in the Asian American Podcasters Association’s Inaugural Asian Podcast Festival! This... more

11 Jun 2021 · 1 hour, 22 minutes
109: “Don’t let others or the color of your skin get in the way of proudly identifying as Filipino.” Biracial identity crises, long distance relationships, & being raised by single Filipino moms with Michelle Werle

This episode is also available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/e5hzZxdnSxc (https://youtu.be/e5hzZxdnSxc) Michelle Werle joins the ladies of TFAW Project to discuss the internal... more

04 Jun 2021 · 1 hour, 9 minutes
108: "It's not that my mom was emotionally unavailable... she was emotionally exhausted." Collective affection and this weekend's events with Jen & Nani

Jen and Nani share a brief episode today to reflect on their last Live workshop, "Collective Affection: The Untold Story... more

28 May 2021 · 25 minutes
The Filipino American Woman Project
117: "There’s not one way to be Filipino. My feeling of belonging is based on wherever I am now with myself.” Sampling cultures, land acknowledgments, & the somatic effects of culture shock with Magdalena Valderrama
The Filipino American Woman Project