GUEST BLOG POST: “The Overview of the War Brides Act and Legalization of Interracial Marriage” by Jenny Chan from Pacific Atrocities Education

  This upcoming October, the 1882 Foundation will be holding its inaugural Chinese American Women in History Conference. During this conference, with the inclusion and collaboration of different organizations,  community actors, and academics, we hope to fill the gap of pre-1965 Chinese American history, with an emphasis on the War Brides Act. With that, we would like to introduce Jenny Chan, co-founder of Pacific Atrocities Education, a non-profit organization based in San Francisco dedicated to raising public awareness of wartime atrocities committed in the Asia…

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The 1882 Foundation Mourns Loss of Dawn Bohulano Mabalon
Dr. Dawn Bohulano Mabalon

The 1882 Foundation Mourns Loss of Dawn Bohulano Mabalon

Dr. Dawn Bohulano Mabalon. SourceFilipino American scholar, activist and community leader Dr. Dawn Bohulano Mabalon passed away suddenly while on vacation with family in Hawaii. An author of many books on Filipino American history and culture, she was a professor at San Francisco State University and a founding board member of Asian & Pacific Islander American in Historic Preservation. APIAHP and the 1882 Foundation have worked together closely since each organization was formed several years ago at about the same time with shared goals of…

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