Part 2: Assessment of the People Power Revolution from a Historical Perspective
Wednesday, May 19, 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Please join UCOP’s Asian Pacific Islander Staff Association (APISA) for a presentation and Q&A about the People Power Movement by Dr. Lisandro E. Claudio, assistant professor of South & Southeast Asian Studies at UC Berkeley. Professor Claudio will provide a historical research perspective about the People Power Revolution in the Philippines that ousted Ferdinand Marcos. Presentation topics will include the how the People Power Revolution was dominated and influenced by the Catholic Church, political elites, and the U.S., the political context of Marcos and how his dictatorship ties into past and present U.S. political events. This event follows the Native American, Indigenous and Pacific Islander Staff Association’s presentation, “Part 1: Colonialism and Meta-Narratives in the Philippines: Decolonizing History through Community Archaeology among the Ifugao,” held on May 5.
Dial: (669) 900-6833
Meeting ID: 533 680 8316