by Thelma Virata de Castro, Playwright
I can barely articulate what the library means to me. It’s a holy place. A place of learning, democracy, and freedom. It’s a place of possibility, hope, and dreams. And help. It’s a place to get questions answered and a place to ask questions. It’s a place for all of us.
We have compiled a list of books about issues and subjects associated with “The Fire in Me”. Below are some suggested titles. For the complete list, click here.
Access Inc. Immigration Attorney Anne Bautista was so moved by Marivi Soliven’s The Mango Bride that she now includes it in her law school class curriculum.
Filipinos in San Diego was written by Judy Patacsil, Rudy Guevarra Jr., and Felix Tuyay, and the Filipino American National Historical Society, San Diego Chapter.
Barangay to Broadway by Walter Ang chronicles the history of Filipino American Theater.