Participants will be introduced to the promise of using the creative arts as a method of treatment and participate in experiential creative arts based therapy work that they may integrate into their own lives. This presentation examines storytelling as a form of Peminist political resistance and agency in the era of Donald Trump. In doing so, it proposes to decenter North America in our understanding of Filipina feminist practices. Ultimately, listening to Pinays in their own terms reveals the unique nature of Filipinx ethnic identity development in places where Filipinxs are the minority Asian ethnic group. The self comes to be imagined as a reconfigured failure in ways that brings new understandings. Our celebration of peminism reminds us of the complicated and multifaceted trajectories of theorizing and conceptualizing Pilipina-Canadian. This presentation considers the future development of an online platform that will harness the power of community storytelling to connect and amplify the voices of migrant workers and organizers working together to advocate for migrant rights.
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