Category:American writers of Filipino descent
Filipino American writers are poets, fictionists, playwrights, screen writers and writers of nonfiction from the United States with Filipino ethnicity who are either:
- born and raised in the United States with at least one Filipino or Filipino American parent
- born in the Philippines but became naturalized citizens of the United States
Filipino Americans: from Invisibility to Empowerment by Romeo Solano Munoz, ED.D., born in the Philippines; graduated from San Juan de Letran College, Manila, Phil; immigrated to the US 1967; studied at Eastern Illinois Univ, obtained M.S.Ed in Instructional media and technology; PhD at Souther Illinois University; MSEd (higher education administration) from Governors State University; EdD at Northern Illinois University; Professor emeritus, City colleges of Chicago, taught for 32 years; permanent deacon, Archdiocese of Chicago; Adult Educator at Olive Harvey College, present. Author: Filipino Americans: from Invisibility to Empowerment, published in 1995 by Nyala Publishing Co. copyright 1996. Lecturer and speaker on Philippine history and culture.call: 708 231-8196.
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