Skyline Performance


Asian Pacific Islander Community Actions (APICA) provides a space for grassroots, community member led projects strengthening the lives and stories of Asian Pacific Islander (API) Americans in California.

Saturday, March 2, 2019

2:00-4:30 pm

Skyline Hills Library

Multipurpose Room

7900 Paradise Valley Road

San Diego, CA 92139


Thank you to APICA, our Skyline Hills Library audience, and special guest, San Diego District Attorney Summer Stephan. Our panel discussion centered on domestic violence and mental health. We are grateful to Kirin Amiling Macapugay and Dr. Judy Patacsil for being our mental health resources. Thank you as well to Glenn Risolo, Dominic Marostica, and the staff of Skyline Hills library for hosting us. Please share your feedback with California Humanities here.

We started with merienda (puto). (Photo Credit Gingerlily Lowe)
Pastillas (Photo credit Gingerlily Lowe)
Photo op with Divina (center), playwright Thelma Virata de Castro (left),
and Kirin Amiling Macapugay (APICA) (Photo Credit Ditas Yamane)
Lt. Al Ambito, D.A. Summer Stephan, Officer Estepa, Thelma Virata de Castro, Chief Deputy Jerrilyn Malana, Philippine Consul Audie de Castro, and Anne Bautista, Esq (Photo Credit San Diego Police Department Multi Cultural Community Relations Office)

Anne Bautista during discussion (Photo Credit Gingerlily Lowe)
Reanne Acasio and D.A. Summer Stephan
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