Sign Our Petition To Support Dr. Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales & Community Responsive Education

Read our complete letter with footnotes here.

Read the letter from Dr. Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales here.

DATE: October 9, 2023

TO: Pajaro Valley Unified School Board Trustees De Serpa, Acosta, Soto, Dodge, Flores, Bolaños Scow, Holm, Maya-Romero, and Interim Superintendent Murry Schkeman

RE: Defamation of Community Responsive Education & Dr. Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales

At a September 13, 2023 Pajaro Valley Unified School District Board of Education public meeting in Santa Cruz County, California, Dr. Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales and Community Responsive Education (CRE) were smeared with false and potentially libelous accusations of bigotry and antisemitism. These attacks weaponized a statement from the Governor’s office and the California Department of Education, a statement condemned by the UC of Ethnic Studies Faculty Council. Following a series of defamatory statements, the Board did not renew her contract to support Ethnic Studies teacher development and community responsive leadership.

These allegations of bigotry and antisemitism amount to a slander campaign aimed at propagating false views about Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales among the PVUSD community and the wider public and have caused significant financial harm.

CRE and Dr.Tintiangco-Cubales have served the district under a contract to support the development of Ethnic Studies teachers and provide professional development for school principals since the fall of 2021. She has also worked with district leaders to co-create the district’s Ethnic Studies Framework. CRE has provided an Ethnic Studies lecture series and support for any teacher who wants to develop Ethnic Studies curriculum in Santa Cruz County. For over two school years, Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales and CRE supported the Pajaro Valley Unified School District above and beyond the deliverables in their contracts. 

The district leadership team worked with Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales to develop a scope of work for the 2023-2024 school year. This work would have included:

  1. Leadership Development for all secondary principals. This would have included professional development focusing on community responsive leadership, PVUSD’s Ethnic Studies framework, and connecting the wellness of both students and faculty to the development of Ethnic Studies in PVUSD.
  2. Teacher Development focused on the development of Ethnic Studies teachers, specifically on English Language Arts.
  3. District Support to develop professional development that is both asynchronous and synchronous for all teachers teaching Ethnic Studies across the disciplines.

There was deliberate and thoughtful planning between CRE and PVUSD district leaders that went into this scope of work. There was significant time investment into planning and visioning this work, with the intention to create a sustainable Ethnic Studies model that could be maintained after this transition year.  

Although the proposal was developed over the summer, it was not brought to the Board of Education until the September 13, 2023, meeting. Between the time of the proposal development, there was a concern brought by a rightwing segment of part of the Jewish community regarding false and dangerous allegations that Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales was antisemitic. District leaders were asked to meet with Rabbi Paula Marcus and a group of about twenty-five individuals at the Temple Beth El on August 27th, 2023, to share what PVUSD’s Ethnic Studies curriculum looked like. During this meeting, the majority of the Jewish community present demonstrated support for Ethnic Studies. Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales continued to work with district leaders to shape the work that was supposed to commence on September 14-15, 2023, contingent on approval by the Board.

During the September 13th Board meeting, item 9.10, the Ethnic Studies district leader, Claudia Monjaras, presented PVUSD’s history of Ethnic Studies, including the partnership with CRE since the fall of 2021. The PVUSD ’s Ethnic Studies Framework that was presented was co-created with CRE. She presented a proposal to renew CRE’s contract. 

Following the presentation, there were two public comments by Roz Shorenstein and Gil Stein, who both falsely accused Tintiangco-Cubales of bias and bigotry. Shorenstein stated that Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales “objected to stopping hate as a goal of education” and was “a consultant who created a rejected policy for bigotry.” Both commentators made an inaccurate claim that “the state offers this for free,” referring to professional development for ethnic studies. 

No evidence was presented to substantiate the defamatory accusations by Shorenstein and Stein. Despite these dangerous claims, the Board did not ask for evidence or attempt to correct the record. The commenters referenced a letter that Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales signed, along with hundreds of ethnic studies experts and organizations, including Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales signed to support authentic ethnic studies amidst right-wing attacks on public education. Another spurious claim, later voiced by Trustee De Serpa was the removal of her name from the Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum as evidence of bigotry when, in fact, all 20 of the committee members removed their names when non-experts bowing to intense political pressure, rewrote the curriculum, making it no longer their work and unrecognizable as ethnic studies. This incorrect information about Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales was not corrected. No trustee asked a question for clarification or evidence to support the claims of bias and bigotry made by the commentators. None of the actions evidenced bigotry. On the contrary, the actions mentioned are consistent with Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales’ record, demonstrating an unwavering commitment to antiracism.

Following the two public comments, board members engaged in a discussion that defamed Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales, falsely accusing her of antisemitism. Trustee De Serpa claimed Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales was antisemitic and would not support the contract and pressured trustees to do the same. Despite reassurances from the district’s Ethnic Studies lead that nothing in their work was antisemitic and hearing praise from others, De Serpa insisted she did not want Dr. Tintiangco-Cublaes doing the work. Despite praise for the work that Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales led with CRE in PVUSD, the public mischaracterizations continued without evidence. Following this, Trustee Acosta stated she was “disgusted” to be affiliated with Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales, and Trustee Bolaños Scow voiced support of the program without CRE. Superintendent Schekman stated, “we have a problem with an individual” who he said was biased without providing any evidence of bias. Pushing the Board to finalize a decision opposing Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales, Trustee De Serpa interrupted President Holm and stated, “you don’t have a second..I think it just dies now…I would move that you bring back this item with another consultant.”  Further extending the reach of unsubstantiated claims of bigotry and antisemitism to anyone “affiliated with” Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales, De Serpa claimed, again with no evidence, that all Jewish people have a “problem” with Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales to which a district employee stated it would be difficult to find someone not affiliated with her and her “issue” because all “the top people are connected.” The meeting item closed with a vote to bring the item back with a new consultant, ending the contract with Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales and CRE.

All of the disparaging comments made about Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales were based on unfounded assumptions and no evidence. It was a clear character assassination of Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales and a disregard for all the work and dedication she has committed to the field of Ethnic Studies for over 30 years. The Board members made comments and decisions about Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales that were not founded based on concrete actions or evidence. There was a loss of a significant contract that was to employ 6 consultants to support the Ethnic Studies work of PVUSD. Not a single trustee asked for or stated any evidence supporting these spurious claims. In fact, a few board members praised the work and stated they would like it to continue. Their positions were ignored, and the will of the majority was not made clear before denying the CRE contract.

CRE was treated unfairly, and the individual trustee’s willingness to defame someone publicly without a full-throated and persistent defense from those trustees who felt the contract should continue is an abdication of leadership in both cases. Further, the avoidance of a vote on the Board floor to ensure there was no record of who voted for and against contracting with CRE and Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales reflects poorly on the professionalism and leadership of individual trustees and their commitment to transparent decision-making. Derailing the work of the 2-year ethnic studies implementation in PVUSD due to false claims will do real harm to the quality of the curriculum and teaching and, thus, student academic and social outcomes, making this an abrogation of PVUSD’s commitment to the community. Finally, publicly disparaging Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales with unsubstantiated allegations and anyone “affiliated with” her qualifies as defamation that has real reputational and material harm.

We ask that the contract be reinstituted and a public apology be made to Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales and the staff of Community Responsive Education for falsely claiming that she and CRE are biased, bigoted, or antisemitic. 

The Coalition for Liberated Ethnic Studies

& The Undersigned

(Signatures updated daily)


  1. Empowering Marginalized Asian Communities
  2. Teach Palestine Project of the Middle East Children's Alliance
  3. Association of Raza Educators Los Angeles
  4. Ethnic Studies Steering Committee of Stockton Unified School District
  5. Xicanx Institute for Teaching & Organizing
  6. Community Responsive Education
  7. Association of Raza Educators
  8. Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Studies Program, San Francisco State University
  9. Teaching Palestine: Pedagogical Praxis and the Indivisibility of Justice 
  10. Justice for Palestinians 
  11. California Alliance of Researchers for Equity in Education (CARE-ED)
  12. North New Jersey Democratic Socialists of America Palestine Working Group
  13. Libro Para sa Tanan (dba Sawaga River Press)
  14. Jewish Voice for Peace - Bay Area
  15. Social Justice Academy
  16. 67 Sueños 
  17. The Dr. Porter Lee Troutman, Jr., Center for Multicultural Education in the College of Education at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  18. Social Justice Academy of San Leandro High 
  19. South of Market Community Action Network
  20. League of Filipino Students - San Francisco State University
  21. Jews for Palestinian Right of Return
  22. NOPAL Stockton
  23. Tobera Project
  24. Pin@y Educational Partnerships (PEP)
  25. Kababayan Learning Community at Skyline College
  26. SoCal Filipinos
  27. Asian American/Pacific Islander Resource Center, UC Santa Cruz 
  28. June Jordan High School on San Francisco 
  29. Search to Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA)
  30. Westlake School For The Performing Arts 
  31. Legacy Youth Project 
  32. Education for Liberation Minnesota
  33. Little Manila Rising
  34. Chapman University Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
  35. Campo Santo
  36. The Magic Theatre 
  37. Mexican American Studies Teachers' Academy
  38. Actors' Equity Association
  39. VietRISE
  40. Manilatown Heritage Foundation
  41. Anticapitalism for Artists
  42. Northern California Pilipinx American Student Alliance
  43. The Filipino School of New York & New Jersey
  44. Institute for Emancipatory Education, San José State University 
  45. Asian American Psychological Association's Division on Filipinx Americans (AAPA-DoFA)
  46. Arkipelago Books 
  47. Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) Santa Cruz County
  48. Eclipse Rising
  49. Raíces y Cariño Family Center, Watsonville, California
  50. The Fresno Brown Berets - Autonomous Chapter 
  51. Pilipino Transfer Student Partnership @UCLA
  52. Kappa Psi Epsilon, Beta Chapter
  53. Filipino American Educators Association of California
  54. Climate Generation
  55. Nikkei Resisters
  56. Institute for Teacher of Color Committed to Racial Justice
  57. California State University Ethnic Studies Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Caucus
  58. Santa Ana College Department of Ethnic Studies
  59. Asian Pacific Americans in Higher Education
  60. Asian American Justice + Innovation Lab
  61. Silicon Valley for Palestine
  62. Akbayan San Jose State
  63. Amado Khaya Initiative 
  1. JR Arimboanga, Empowering Marginalized Asian Communities
  2. Brian Batugo
  3. Val Cubales
  4. herb felina
  5. Ray San Diego, Northwestern University 
  6. Dr. Zoe Marinkovich
  7. Jocyl Sacramento
  8. Aimee Riechel
  9. Jody Sokolower, Teach Palestine Project of the Middle East Children's Alliance
  10. Arlene Daus-Magbual
  11. Lauren Daus, Pin@y Educational Partnerships; Community Responsive Education; University of California, Los Angeles
  12. Stacey Krueger
  13. Valerie Francisco-Menchavez, Assistant Dean for Restorative and Transformative Racial Justice, College of Health and Social Sciences, San Francisco State University
  14. Kharyl Anne Bugaoisan Piano
  15. Aldrich Limpin Sabac, Stockton Unified School District
  16. Rhia Hurt
  17. Henry Francisco
  18. Figueroa, Aleks 
  19. Russell Jeung, Asian American Studies, SF State University
  20. Sarah Miralles, Pin@y Educational Partnerships, Lakas Mentorship Program, Kuya/Ate Mentorship Program
  21. Sean Santos
  22. Kevin Camia
  23. Asra Ziauddin
  24. Dominic ainza 
  25. Andrea Rose Bumagat, Pin@y Educational Partnerships
  26. Stephanie Cariaga
  27. Christine Sleeter, California State University Monterey Bay
  28. Rick Ayers, Teacher Education, University of San Francisco
  29. Dr. Andrew Jolivette, Chair, Department of Ethnic Studies; Director Native American and Indigenous Studies, UC San Diego
  30. Ricardo Medina, Ph.D.
  31. Guadalupe Cardona, Chair of the Association of Raza Educators Los Angeles
  32. Adrienne Orilla
  33. Brian Lozenski, Macalester College
  34. Cheralen Arroyo Valdez
  35. Dylan Rodriguez, University of California
  36. Paloma Concordia
  37. Kailee Lewis, SUSD Ethnic Studies 
  38. Erin Rose Cruz
  39. Robin Aquilizan
  40. Ali Alowonle
  41. Anita Chikkatur, Carleton College; Education for Liberation Minnesota
  42. Christine Vega
  43. Jonsen J. Vitug
  44. Jason Ferreira, College of Ethnic Studies, SFSU
  45. mk nguyen
  46. Brian Calderón Tabatabai, Mayor Pro Tem, City of West Covina
  47. April Ang 
  48. Marinelle Abeleda
  49. Anita Fernández, Coalition for Liberated Ethnic Studies
  50. June Vitug
  51. Wayne Jopanda, BROKADA Mens Healing Circle
  52. Victor Coloyan
  53. Juli Kang
  54. Jorge Pacheco Jr, California Latino School Boards Association (CLSBA)
  55. Mike Rodriguez
  56. Alaina Moguel
  57. Dr. Johnny Ramirez, San Jose State University, Chicana and Chicano Studies
  58. David Stovall, University of Illinois at Chicago
  59. Theresa Montano, CSUN Chican@ Studies/LESMCC/ARE
  60. Rosario Macahilas
  61. Sam Ng, PEP (Pin@y Educational Partnerships)
  62. Kaylah Breiz
  63. Matthew B Gonzalez
  64. Ron Espiritu, Ethnic Studies Educator
  65. Angelina Cowan-Byrns
  66. manmit singh, University of British Columbia
  67. Jesse Gonzales, California Working Families Party
  68. Arman Liwanag, UC Berkeley
  69. Giselle Cunanan, Ph.D, Sacramento State University
  70. Allen Ocampo
  71. Dr. Ksenia Korobkova
  72. Tere Ceseña Bontempo, PhD
  73. Eunice Ho, Liberated Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum Consortium
  74. Andy Bellows 
  75. Tricia Gallagher-Geurtsen
  76. Ksenia Korobkova, PhD
  77. Lyanne Teopaco
  78. Angelique Lobo
  79. Janrey Javier
  80. Tony DelaRosa, CoFounder of NYC Men Teach Asian American Teaching Initiative
  81. Romuald Kai Santiago, Teachers College, Columbia University
  82. Jhulsany Futol
  83. Terry Park
  84. Shannon Deloso
  85. Cheryl E. Matias
  86. Kristen Erickson
  87. Isabel Gil-Garcia, Ethnic Studies Educator 
  88. Irah Tancioco
  89. Thu Huong Cao, Pin@y Educational Partnerships
  90. Glen Rabang, Pin@y Educational Partnerships
  91. Bobby Pelz, PVUSD Ethnic Studies
  92. Armando Sierra
  93. Aileen Pagtakhan
  94. Beatrice Tesorero
  95. Dara Katrina Del Rosario
  96. Patricia D Lopez, Fresno State
  97. Rhonda Ureta-Villalos
  98. Arielle Santos
  99. Michael Herrera
  100. Briana Hinga
  101. Melissa Ann Canlas
  102. H. Zheng
  103. Kevin Kumashiro, California Alliance of Researchers for Equity in Education
  104. Christine Hong
  105. Ashley Perez, Student Recruitment and Retention Center-UC Davis
  106. Kevin Santos
  107. Alexa Bernardes
  108. Joaquín Noguera, Loyola Marymount University
  109. Kat DeGuzman
  110. Linet M. Bravo
  111. Sydney Ji
  112. Stacey Salinas
  113. Alma Galapon, Elk Grove Unified School District; California Teachers Association Pacific Asian American Caucus
  114. Joanna Maderazo
  115. Andrew Hambre-Cook
  116. Olivia Malabuyo Tablante
  117. Melina Melgoza, Association of Raza Educators 
  118. Gayle Romasanta
  119. Lillian Galedo
  120. Linn Lee
  121. Destin Mark Abad, Pin@y Educational Partnerships
  122. Carina Pineda
  123. Cecily Relucio
  124. Miguel Perez
  125. Kevin Tan
  126. Kristine Jan Espinoza
  127. Geena Ballesteros
  128. Jessica D. Petalio, Ph.D.
  129. Lisa Raskin
  130. Redjan Quarto
  131. Sean Arce, Ph.D., Xicanx Institute for Teaching & Organizing 
  132. Kelly Callejo
  133. Andrew Kalt
  134. Dr. Jeffrey Miguel Acido
  135. Kevin Nadal, Ph.D., City University of New York
  136. Marisa Castro
  137. Deyadira Arellano
  138. Melissa Weiner, Sociology & Critical Race & Ethnic Studies, College of the Holy Cross
  139. isidro ortiz
  140. Joselyn Salgado
  141. Josephine Pham
  142. Jenna Cushing-Leubner, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater
  143. Katherine Lee
  144. Kathleen Vu
  145. Liz Gerena
  146. Cady Sitkin
  147. Evelyn Obamos
  148. Rabab Abdulhadi, Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Studies 
  149. Helena Meier
  150. Kay Flewellijng
  151. Monica Macaldo-Gubatina
  152. Terrence Valen, MPH
  153. Arlene Inouye
  154. Christian Nixon, UC Berkeley
  155. Justine Santos
  156. Salam Ramahi
  157. Karla Gómez-Pelayo
  158. Michelle Lapitan
  159. Robert Mangrobang
  160. Martha Allexsaht-Snider
  161. Tracie Noriega, Liberated Ethnic Studies Model Currículum Consortium, Filipino-American Educators Assoc. Of CA
  162. Ricky Aguirre
  163. Tracy Lachica Buenavista, California State University, Northridge
  164. Cynthia Reyes
  165. Javier San Román, Association of Raza Educators-LA Chapter
  166. Jason Muñiz
  167. Zainab Abdullah
  168. Joemy Ito-Gates, Japanese American Families for Justice 
  169. Carlen Chin
  170. Katie Curtis
  171. Ava Tong
  172. Soleste Hilberg, University of California Santa Cruz
  173. Michelle Fortunado-Kewin
  174. Pablo Jasis, Ph.D., California State University, Fullerton
  175. Ivan Viray Santos, James Logan High School Ethnic Studies
  176. Patty Enrado
  177. Joanna Wong
  178. Michael Tomczyszyn
  179. Carla Martínez
  180. Susan Roberta Katz, Professor Emerita, University of San Francisco
  181. Suheir Michael
  182. Barbara Henderson, Dir. EdD in Ed Leadership, SF State, EdD Program in Educational Leadership, San Francisco State University 
  183. Mike Espinoza
  184. Martinez, Norell
  185. Jennifer Figueroa
  186. Marika Pfefferkorn, Midwest Center for School Transformation/ Education for Liberation MN
  187. Brian Ford, Coalition for Liberated Ethnic Studies, Democratic Socialists of America, Black Lives Matter At School
  188. Hannah L. Rebadulla, MS
  189. Erina Alejo
  190. Juliet Velarde Betita, Santa Barbara Ethnic Studies Now
  191. Peter McLaren
  192. Jul Custodio, California State University, East Bay
  193. Maurus Dumalaog, Brown Brilliant & Beautiful LLC
  194. Emily Enriquez
  195. Alvin Macaldo-Gubatina
  196. Joseph Galura, University of Michigan
  197. Reiko Ando
  198. Artnelson Concordia, Coalition for Liberated Ethnic Studies (CLES); Liberated Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum Consortium
  199. Rouhollah Aghasaleh, California State Polytechnic University, Humboldt
  200. Thea Fojas de Borja
  201. Regina DeGuzman
  202. Elizabeth de Guzman Chan
  203. Abby Saavedra
  204. Verma Zapanta
  205. Dr. Dolores Delgado Bernal, Loyola Marymount University
  206. Howard Winant, Distinguished Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology, UC Santa Barbara
  207. Jessica Tintiangco
  208. Anibel Ferus-Comelo, UC Berkeley
  209. Karen Buenavista Hanna, PhD, Assistant Professor of Gender, Sexuality, and Intersectionality Studies, Connecticut College
  210. Faye Pacho
  211. Liz Solorio
  212. Brittany Willis
  213. Melissa Urbano
  214. Nivia Alvarado
  215. Amanda Lashaw, Education Department, UC Santa Cruz
  216. Isabella Helene P David
  217. Sara Webb
  218. Aja Reynolds
  219. Dr. Betina Hsieh, California State University Long Beach
  220. Alexander Arriola
  221. Aristel de la Cruz
  222. Lily Navab
  223. Lara Sheehi, George Washington University
  224. Justine Villanueva, Sawaga River Press
  225. Joi Barrios, Ph.D.
  226. Dr. Fritzie de Mata
  227. Cynthia Lewis, University of California, Santa Cruz
  228. Mohit Praful Mehta
  229. Dr. Elaine Abelaye-Mateo
  230. Alexis Moore
  231. Mary Choy
  232. Mariflor Medrano
  233. Benjamin James, University of California Santa Cruz
  234. Nhi Truong
  235. Roland Sintos Coloma, Wayne State University
  236. Joanna La Torre, LCSW
  237. Emanuel Suarez Jimenez, Education Department, University of California, Santa Cruz
  238. Noreen Naseem Rodríguez
  239. Jeremy Eugene
  240. Maria Frianeza Rios
  241. Rachelle Deguzman
  242. Carlos Cervantes
  243. Charlene Rualo
  244. Herna Cruz-Louie
  245. Czarina Jimenez
  246. Rico Reyes
  247. Sally Rusk
  248. Mark Estrada
  249. Francis Novero
  250. Melissa-Ann Nievera-Lozano
  251. Alexandra Stokes, UC Santa Cruz
  252. Michael Sagum
  253. Lariya Wilson (SJA)SJA
  254. Jeffrey de Castro Mariano MD
  255. Benson Choy
  256. Erick Aragon 
  257. Carla Shalaby, University of Michigan
  258. Christina Acosta
  259. Mark Gomez
  260. Melisa Bautista
  261. Kristan Olazo
  262. Tommy Hinga, PVUSD Ethnic Studies
  263. Adrian O, League of Filipino Students San Francisco State University 
  264. Ian Slattery
  265. David Chan, League of Filipino Students - SFSU
  266. Ed Curammeng, California State University, Dominguez Hills
  267. Pablo Depaz
  268. Roberta Ahlquist, San Jose State University
  269. Chaleya Condalor, Social Justice Academy
  270. Jonell T. Molina
  271. K Vanessa muniz, League of Filipino students sfsu
  272. Jordan Guillory, League of Filipino Students
  273. Xue Xiong
  274. Jah-Yee Woo
  275. Alexandra Bartas, League of Filipino Students - San Francisco State University
  276. JC Lugo
  277. Cat DeGuzman
  278. Cinthya Rodriguez, Mijente
  279. Andrea Posadas
  280. geneve nguyen, League of Filipino Students
  281. Amatullah Zapanta-Mir, League of Filipino Students 
  282. Charity Nicolas
  283. Ruby Del Remedio
  284. Angelica Faustino
  285. Susan Areeckal
  286. Belen Carrasco, Kern County Educators for Ethnic Studies
  287. Doris Garcia
  288. Jennifer Javier
  289. Darlene Lee, UCLA Teacher Education Program
  290. Marian Malasig
  291. Tanya Yared, MPH
  292. Jeanelle Daus
  293. Yucheng Hu
  294. Alma Flores, California State University, Sacramento 
  295. Monica Eraqi
  296. Karmela Herrera Bilones
  297. Carmela Obrusnik
  298. María Santos
  299. Yuki Obayashi
  300. Deodor Tronco
  301. Samia Shoman
  302. Grace Han
  303. Beatriz Ochoa, Association of Raza Educators, Los Angeles Chapter
  304. Bryan Pangilinan
  305. Daisy Maxion
  306. Cheryl Quitevis
  307. Melissa Ferrer English
  308. Juleny Santa Cruz
  309. Abigail Poquez-Cervantes
  310. Jeannine Roson
  311. Aileen Pagdanganan
  312. Andrea Mackey, MPH, Kabataang maka-Bayan/Pro-People Youth, Filipinxao Community Health Association, Pin@y Educational Partnerships
  313. Sam Maina
  314. Kimberly Gutierrez
  315. Mark Gardner, University of California, Santa Cruz
  316. Benerva Suarez
  317. Meleia Simon-Reynolds, UC Santa Cruz 
  318. Melanie Espinueva+Aure, Skyline College
  319. Nicollette Maristela, LMFT
  320. Trisha Gonzales-Waters, San Ramon Valley USD 
  321. Glenn Philip M. Aquino
  322. Edene Matutina
  323. Darleen Bohulano Mabalon
  324. Christine Clark, Cultural Studies, International Education, and Multicultural Education (CSIEME) Program in the Department of Teaching and Learning at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas 
  325. Ella deCastro, Professor at San Diego City and Mesa Colleges 
  326. Cyndi Bendezu Palomino
  327. Gia Moreno 
  328. Liz Manipol-Lee
  329. Venice Francisco
  330. Karlo Guevarra
  331. KC Mukai
  332. Jazyle Jame P. Arzadon
  333. Liza Gesuden
  334. Ellaine A.
  335. Margot Goldstein
  336. Jennifer Kelly, University of California, Santa Cruz
  337. Cesar Rodriguez, Associate Professor, Criminal Justice Studies
  338. Ty Maniulit
  339. Jon Ray Guevarra, Abraham Lincoln High School, San Francisco Unified School District/United Educators of San Francisco/Epsilon Sigma Rho Multicultural Fraternity, Inc. Theta Chapter 
  340. Chris Perreira, UC San Diego
  341. Emmaia Gelman, Sarah Lawrence College
  342. Johnny Neang
  343. Dianne Que
  344. Stacey San Pedro
  345. Connie Choy
  346. Yulia Gilich
  347. Teodora Ildefonzo-Olmo
  348. Maritza Roño Refuerzo
  349. Will Bauzon
  350. James Fabionar, University of San Diego
  351. Bao Lo, Asian American Studies/Ethnic Studies CSU Sacramento
  352. Sammy John Casaclang Gutierrez
  353. Aja LaDuke, Sonoma State University
  354. Edmundo Aguilar
  355. Lauren Ilano
  356. Lianah Sta. Ana
  357. Ariana Muñoz
  358. Ramiro Hernandez
  359. Ro Lin
  360. Myra Dayrit
  361. Daisy Lopez
  362. Michelle Velasco
  363. E.J.R. David
  364. Sophia Diaz-Muca
  365. Sara Bazan
  366. Kimmy Maniquis
  367. Efren Bose
  368. Annie S. Adamian, California State University, Chico
  369. Camille Santana, Contra Costa College and Kapwa is Medicine-Filipino Mental Health Initiative-SF
  370. Jeredith Livelo
  371. Joanne L. Rondilla, San Jose State University
  372. Matthew Montenegro
  373. Melissa Talley
  374. Kiaya Moser, University of California, Santa Cruz
  375. Tadashi Dozono, Erica Aguirre
  376. Maureen Tecson, Social Justice Academy, New Haven Unified School District
  377. Valerie Soe
  378. Grace Agustin
  379. Maywa Montenegro
  380. Garrick Macatangay
  381. Ros Coronel
  382. Fatimah Nadiyyah Salahuddin, UC Berkeley Teacher Education Program
  383. Kira Donnell, San Francisco State University
  384. Dayna Florendo
  385. Robin Gabriel, Ph.D. Candidate at the University of California Santa Cruz 
  386. Khensani Pienaar
  387. Johanna Alatorre Gonzalez, Association of Raza Educators, Sacramento 
  388. Andrew Ardizzoia, Muhlenberg College
  389. Mark Aquino
  390. Meera Jaffrey
  391. Aaron Orpilla
  392. Melissa Villamejor
  393. Aisa Villarosa
  394. Barbara Parmet
  395. Lorenzo Mutia
  396. Kerri Ann Borja
  397. Juslyn Manalo
  398. Dion Huey
  399. Christie Guinsatao-Toledo
  400. Dion Huey
  401. Charlene Cayanan
  402. Desiree Hambre- Cook
  403. Mariana Ramírez
  404. Trina Villanueva
  405. Julie Maglanoc
  406. Heather Boyer
  407. Samantha David
  408. Christine Ballesteros
  409. Emily P. Lawsin
  410. Erin Ritchie
  411. Dr. Khanh Tran, Purdue University 
  412. Ken Billones
  413. Lorena Santos
  414. Levalasi Loi-On
  415. Jessica Necor
  416. Elena Clariza, University of Hawaii at Manoa
  417. Shirin Vossoughi, Northwestern University 
  418. Asif Wilson, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign 
  419. Alyssa Tolentino, Kappa Psi Epsilon Beta Chapter
  420. Jennifer Nemecek, Haley Chin 
  421. Claire Dandan, Kappa Psi Epsilon, Skyline Kababayan 
  422. Marie Sheridan Crisostomo
  423. Jazmine Fortes
  424. Blue Amoguis
  425. Erica Parpan
  426. Jonathan Peraza Campos
  427. Richelle Concepcion
  428. Patrick Roz Camangian, University of San Francisco, Urban Education and Social Justice program
  429. Jeremy Keith Tesorero-Villaluz
  430. Edward Cruz
  431. Matthew Bombon
  432. José M. Aguilar-Hernández, Ph.D., Cal Poly Pomona
  433. Danny Baza Blas
  434. Marisa Villegas-Ramirez, James Logan High School Ethnic Studies Department
  435. Connie So
  436. Candice Valenzuela
  437. Boyeong Kim
  438. Mouakong Vue 
  439. Alejandro Cuevas Elvira, Napa Valley Ethnic Studies Advocates
  440. Scott Kurashige
  441. Lucas Ives
  442. Sarah Maria Childs
  443. Veronica Correa-Amador
  444. Aileen Adao
  445. Jerel Baldomero
  446. Devin Cabanela 
  447. Venus Cayabyab, San Mateo Union High School District
  448. Wayne Au, Rethinking Schools
  449. Allen Bustos, Pin@y Educational Partnerships
  450. Kim Mendoza-Dungo
  451. Mikaela Flores
  452. Dr. Ryan Leano, Asian American Studies Department, Cal State Fullerton
  453. Dr. Roberto D. Hernández, Chicana/o Studies, San Diego State University
  454. Angelene Carranceja
  455. Carlos Estrada
  456. Teresa Hodges 
  457. Lara Stapleton
  458. Julie Olive
  459. Jaena Rae Cabrera 
  460. huu nguyen, Northeastern Illinois University
  461. Veronica Anne Francisco
  462. Terri Torres
  463. Jen Soriano
  464. Olivia Nevado
  465. Robert Liu-Trujillo
  466. Aj Oliveros
  467. Yami Orihuela, M.Ed.
  468. Dr. Karen Chow, English Department Chair and associated faculty in Asian American Studies and Women’s Studies, De Anza College
  469. Connie Wun
  470. Yvette Perez
  471. Leilanie Tolentino
  472. Mel Altre
  473. Rocío Mendoza
  474. Julian Cowan-Byrns
  475. Sohyun An
  476. Jacqueline J. Kwun
  477. Gregory Pancho
  478. Matthew Laurel
  479. J. Faith Almiron, Filipinx Solidarity Collective
  480. Von Torres
  481. Conrad J. Benedicto
  482. Catherine Salvin
  483. Nancy Ruiz
  484. Michael Augustine
  485. Dr. Úrsula Aldana, Department of Leadership Studies, University of San Francisco 
  486. Victoria Duran
  487. kevyn Lorenzana
  488. Cassandra Sheppard
  489. Miguel Lopez
  490. Joshua Dineros, California Young Democrats, Asian Pacific Islander Caucus
  491. Charles Ramilo
  492. Vajra Watson
  493. Julian Cowan-Byrns
  494. Valerie A. Martínez, Ph.D.
  495. Mary Cubales
  496. Eunice Lee
  497. Julian Sabolboro
  498. Alice Joy
  499. Harrison Ribeiro de Oliveira
  500. Estela Ballo
  501. Jocelyn Surla Banaria, PhD-Education 
  502. Kristian Torres, Social Justice Academy of SLHS. BAY-peace (Better alternatives for youth )
  503. Jenna Rosales
  504. Emmanuel dela Paz, Dept of Education Studies, UC San Diego
  505. Samantha Marie Singh
  506. Justin Santos 
  507. Johnavalos Rios, The Chicana/o Pop-Up Book Movement
  508. Juan Gamboa, Ethnic Studies San Jose
  509. Samantha Montemayor
  510. Russell Lee
  511. Kassandra Talbot 
  512. Nick Henning, California State University - Fullerton
  513. Glenda Agustin
  514. Rev. Bruce Reyes-Chow
  515. Rod Labrador
  516. Cathery Yeh
  517. Elias Serna, Ph.D., Chicana/o Studies, Cal State University Channel Islands
  518. Jaynee Ruiz
  519. John D. Blanco
  520. Carmela Catoc 
  521. Bettina Aptheker, Professor Emerita, Feminist Studies, UCSC
  522. Ardees Rabang
  523. Kelii Dominguez
  524. Raquel Sáenz Ortiz, Southwestern University 
  525. Donald Quick
  526. Natalia Deeb-Sossa, Professor, Chicana/o Studies Department, University of California at Davis
  527. Ryth Mendez
  528. David Maduli
  529. Mahalaya Tintiangco-Cubales
  530. Kiara Gail “K.G.” Castillo, Kappa Psi Epsilon - Beta Chapter
  531. Astrid Krallisch
  532. Yadira Villalobos Mojica
  533. Carla S. Schick
  534. Dr. micha cárdenas, Critical Race & Ethnic Studies Department, ,Performance Play & Design Department, UCSC
  535. Angelia Vang
  536. Adrienne Granadosin-Deanes
  537. Margarita J.D. Mansalay-Rought
  538. Tori Lanterman, Longfellow Elementary, UESF
  539. Glenn Mercado
  540. Elsie Simpliciano Francisco
  541. Melissa Biagtas-Suguitan
  542. Claire Warren
  543. Sarah Day Dayon
  544. Judith Perez
  545. Rudy Medina
  546. Armil Grace Aranzamendez
  547. Denise Valdecantos
  548. Faith Palileo
  549. Lonnie Patubo
  550. Catherine-Noelle Cu Rivera
  551. Erika Céspedes, EdD candidate & Ethnic Studies Educator
  552. Coriemae Consul Perea Bautista
  553. Keani Dominguez
  554. Amy Sepulveda
  555. Francis Wong, Asian American Studies SFSU 
  556. Dr. JoanMay T. Cordova
  557. María Guadalupe Ríos
  558. Maricel Elacio Cadabes
  559. Joliza Gomes
  560. Justine B
  561. Nancy Zambo
  562. Selena Marie Cruzada Flores, Kappa Psi Epsilon, Sorority INC. 
  563. Tj Delacruz-Moyrong
  564. Merissa Magdael-Lauron
  565. Camille Baclay
  566. Lee Opelinia
  567. Michelle Dela Cruz
  568. Gary Manalus
  569. Dante Casuga
  570. Rhea Pualengco
  571. Kim Requesto
  572. Tessa Winkelmann
  573. Allyson Remigio
  574. Juanita Soranno
  576. Brian Yan
  577. CaseyAnn Carbonell
  578. Corina Benavides Lopez
  579. joey bernal
  580. Chris Guevarra
  581. Jeannie Celestial, Ph.D., M.S.W.
  582. Jonathan Magat, Northwestern University 
  583. Alice Lee
  584. Karen Umemoto, UCLA Asian American Studies Center
  585. Sheana Soriano, Kapwa Health Collective
  586. Cindy Phu
  587. Ann Hertelendy
  588. Marina Cotton
  589. KC Arce
  590. Nancy Daus
  591. Jessica Gutierrez, Martha Street Art Night
  592. Noor Aljawad
  593. Andrew Spieldenner, PhD, Cal State - San Marcos
  594. Xamuel Bañales, CSU Stanislaus 
  595. Francis Viñas-Reyes, San Francisco Unified School District
  596. Eleanore Fernandez, Manilatown Heritage Foundation, SOMA Pilipinas, Pistahan Parade and Festival, FCDC/ Filipino Community Development Corporation
  597. Jessica Scott, University of Massachusetts 
  598. Sharon Aquino
  599. Michelle Capobres
  600. Stephen Silva-Brave
  601. Audrey Shipp
  602. Angel Velasco Shaw
  603. Kathy Aguila Dimalanta
  604. Margeaux Villarosa
  605. Samantha Lamont
  606. Carmina Acebu
  607. Arturo Nevárez, California State University Stanislaus 
  608. Lorna Velasco
  609. Gretchen Kelly 
  610. Marissa Catubig Niles, American Montessori Society (Adult Learner/Educator); Manilatown Heritage Foundation
  611. Eunice Nuval, San Francisco Unified School District, Teacher
  612. Maricris Paviera, Kappa Psi Epsilon 
  613. Carrie Lagang
  614. Eric Duca
  615. Kristoffer Perez
  616. AJ Cuyson
  617. Florenz Blancaflor
  618. Noel Aglubat
  619. Orlando Lara, Doctoral Candidate, UC Irvine
  620. Cornelius Daus Jr.
  621. Joal Truong-Vargas
  622. Jessica De León
  623. Theresa Esparrago Lieu
  624. Citlali Martinez 
  625. Lilly Cruz, El Griot & Areito Project 
  626. Cheryl David
  627. Christopher Korp, Jefferson Union High School District 
  628. Janette Martinez
  629. Carolyn A. Sideco
  630. Monica Morales
  631. Dale Maglalang
  632. Kate Bulaong
  633. May Salem
  634. Amarylliz Baysa
  635. Dr. Jean-Arellia Tolentino, Alliant International University, California School of Professional Psychology 
  636. Margarita Berta-Avila
  637. Rinna Pera
  638. Judy Sha
  639. Raquel Núñez, Ph.D.
  640. Kathlyn Oco
  641. Monica Quintana
  642. G. Reyes, CSU East Bay & The FREEdom School of Homies Empowerment
  643. Christine Bacareza Balance, Associate Professor, Cornell University 
  644. Mae Lee
  645. Christina Salvin, Gavilan College 
  646. Michael Menor Salgarolo, New York University
  647. Chau Nguyen
  648. Riley Drake
  649. Mary reyes
  650. Glynda Velasco
  651. Maria Gonzalez-Chavez
  652. Prof. Lisa Suguitan Melnick
  653. Jennifer Aguilar 
  654. William I Robinson, University of California at Santa Barbara 
  655. Charm Consolacion
  656. Bernadine Cortina
  657. Faithy Leong, UCLA Asian American Studies Center 
  658. Ndindi Kitonga, Association of Raza Educators-LA
  659. Noemi Cortes
  660. Alyza Garcia
  661. Rohanna H. Ylagan-Nicanor
  662. Kristia Castrillo, Teacher, SFUSD
  663. Nicole Vance, UC Davis Health
  664. Kate Viernes
  665. Daisy Carrillo 
  666. Melchor Bongato, Pin@y Educational Partnerships, San Francisco State University, MA Candidate Asian American Studies
  667. Stephanie Balon
  668. Dioscoro Recio
  669. Nora Spalholz
  670. Syden Abrenica
  671. Rose Madrigal
  672. Enrico Maniago
  673. Tina Bobadilla-Mastel
  674. Jason Lustina, SoCal Filipinos
  675. Miah McClinton
  676. UyenMy Nguyen, Empowering Marginalized Asian Communities 
  677. Josefina Pandac
  678. Gloria Meneses-Sandoval
  679. Jae Tioseco
  680. Meg Thornton
  681. Dimpal Jain, California State University, Northridge
  682. Katrina Cleofe
  683. Jasmine Dayrit
  684. feras hilal
  685. Teresa Abellera
  686. Armando A. Garcia
  687. Sue Anne Gallardo
  688. Frank Aceves
  689. J Valido 
  690. Sarah reyes
  691. Dr. Liza Marie Suyat Erpelo, Kababayan Learning Community at Skyline College 
  692. Lorenzo Perillo, PhD
  693. Andrea McEvoy Spero
  694. Mirvette Judeh
  695. Aureen B Almario, MA
  696. Sean Tan, Pilipinx American Alumni Chapter | Cal Alumni Association
  697. Reese Villazor
  698. Elaine Pabalinas
  699. Grace Shimizu, Japanese Peruvian Oral History Project
  700. Mariel dela Paz
  701. Melissa Arias, UCLA Teacher Education Program
  702. Warren MendozaVictor Eco
  703. Sofia A
  704. Andrea Malagón
  705. María Ledesma
  706. Jana Templanza
  707. Dr. Tamara Cheshire, Folsom Lake College
  708. Jucevi Virtuded, Socal Filipinos
  709. Christopher Sotelo
  710. Damneet Kaur
  711. Kiana Star Signey, Kasamahan, Kappa Psi Epsilon, Pin@y Educational Partnerships 
  712. Romelo Urbi
  713. M.L. Mallare-Jimenez, Sacramento State University, Ethnic Studies
  714. Jomarie Dela Pena-Mancia
  715. James Garcia
  716. Mel de Mayo
  717. Oscar Navarro, Ph.D.
  718. Laurie Robinson
  719. Sophia Azeb, Assistant Professor, UC Santa Cruz
  720. Jess B. G. Li
  721. Rani Marcos
  722. Nina Sethi
  723. Antoinette DeOcampo-Lechtenberg
  724. Anya Woods
  725. Asianya jones
  726. Diana Puente
  727. Jerome Reyes
  728. Cora Asuncion
  729. Miguel Zavala, College of Ethnic Studies, California State University, Los Angeles
  730. Maxine Dimalanta, Teachers College, Columbia University; Beyond 12
  731. Jessica Hernandez
  732. Jenny Martinez
  733. litzy obeso
  734. Yareli Ramírez Paredes
  735. Wilson Kyle De Ocera
  736. Leslieann Hobayan, Dept of English, Rutgers University-New Brunswick 
  737. Kylie Misola-Abucay
  738. Sammay Dizon
  739. Jillian Labador, University of California, Los Angeles
  740. Rowena Ona
  741. Geneva Europa
  742. Camilla Hawthorne, UC Santa Cruz
  743. S.A.Baluyot
  744. Ernabel Demillo
  745. Julienne Caliston
  746. Jacqueline Viernes Rogers
  747. Eurania I. Lopez
  748. Jonathan Bautista
  749. Rhea Pualengco
  750. Christina Villarreal, Harvard Graduate School of Education
  751. Jollene Levid
  752. Kimberly Boral
  753. Nicky Meindl
  754. Savidu Geevaratne
  755. Kaycee Cayabyab
  756. Elaine Villasper
  757. Nina Moskowitz, MA
  758. Anna Mae Edpao
  759. Anjanette B. Mendoza
  760. Mason Evans
  761. Nichole Dungo, Anakbayan Daly City
  762. Brandi Manchester
  763. Jason Chiu, Cal State LA 
  764. Silvia Figueroa, Department of Education 
  765. Monica Chan
  766. Elaine Ramos-Garcia
  767. Vernadette Gonzalez, Professor of Ethnic Studies, University of California, Berkeley
  768. Kimberly Castillo
  769. Julie K. Ea
  770. Kimberly Castillo 
  771. Pietra Diwan, Bluegrass Community College Culturally Responsive Dual Credit Program
  772. Alejandro Avalos
  773. Anjela Wong
  774. Bianca Ling
  775. Yeong Ran Kim, Sarah Lawrence College
  776. Dr. Johnny Ramirez, Chicana and Chicano Studies
  777. Janelle Barangan
  778. Sherwin Mendoza
  779. Emelie Simpliciano
  780. Dr. Gregory Desierto
  781. Somnang Florendo
  782. David Rebanal
  783. Oscar Garibay
  784. Susie Pak, St. John’s University
  785. Pau Abustan
  786. Geoff Chinn
  787. Nicollette Morales
  788. Jasper Jones
  789. Rowena Cruz
  790. Kate Frazier
  791. Trina de Joya
  792. Kristine Torres
  793. Kevin Murphy, American Federation of Teachers, Local 1481
  794. Lenore Kenny
  795. Jennifer Catura Hornsby
  796. Darleen de leon
  797. Patrick Cruz 
  798. Erin Manalo-Pedro, University of California, Los Angeles; Filipino American National Historical Society, Orange County & Inland Empire Chapter
  799. Rachel Paras
  800. Joan Oriel Rodney
  801. Talisha Teague
  802. Carlos EC Hagedorn, Legacy Youth Project 
  803. Catherine McChrystal
  804. Taunya Jaco, Ed.D.
  805. Maria K Fabila Cornett
  806. Ariana Gonzalez
  807. Roya Pakzad
  808. Janet Stickmon
  809. Jolo Cabrera
  810. Alexis Pineda
  811. Claudine M. del Rosario
  812. Zareen Khan
  813. Chela Delgado
  814. Rachelle Castro
  815. Kenneth Billones
  816. Terycka Garcia
  817. M. Christine Madarang
  818. Edgar Tapan
  819. Robert Blanquera Nelson
  820. Cory Reano
  821. Jessica Corpus
  822. Kappa Psi Epsilon
  823. Mary Marte, Kappa Psi Epsilon, Sorority INC
  824. Hanadi Shatara, California State University, Sacramento
  825. Kay Fischer
  826. Marah Sotelo
  827. Julia Escudero
  828. Clarissa Aljentera
  829. Cynthia Manuel-Shah
  830. Taiyo Na (Taiyo Ebato)
  831. Victor Hugo Viesca
  832. Jose Villalobos
  833. M Guevarra
  834. Josephine Arce, Professor Emerita, San Francisco State University
  835. M.L. Mallare-Jimenez, Sacamento State University, Ethnic Studies
  836. Felix Rosell, League of Filipino Students, SFSU
  837. Erika Gonzalez
  838. Joe Virata
  839. Lennard Nerona
  840. Fiona Dalir
  841. Noah Romero, Hampshire College
  842. Bailey Wakefield
  843. Lisa Macapinlac Rockefeller, Sama Sama Cooperative 
  844. Aaron Nakai
  845. Elize Pidor Oliverio
  846. Delphine Brody
  847. Julie Nakpil Lankford
  848. Nancy Nguyen
  849. Kelly Yun
  850. Fionna Escalona
  851. Kareen Baca
  852. Argelia Lara
  853. Alan David
  854. Roderick Penalosa, PhD, LMFT
  855. Jamie cardenas
  856. Justin Woodard, Ed.D, San Francisco State University 
  857. Lucy Burns
  858. Jenifer Wofford, University of San Francisco 
  859. LeRoid David, San Francisco State University Alumni 
  860. Mandy Zhou
  861. Kristen Sajonas
  862. Katrina Evasco
  863. Will Fitzgerald 
  864. Dillon Delvo, Little Manila Rising
  865. Gloria A. Muñoz
  866. Zoe Schwartz
  867. Diwata Sazon
  868. Renz Andales
  869. Daisy Lomeli
  870. Reynila Calderon-Magbuhat 
  871. Charmaine Arroyo
  872. Erick Kim, San Francisco Unified School District
  873. Amanda Luansing, UCLA Asian American Studies Center
  874. Maggie Mendoza (Anakbayan City College of San Francisco), Anakbayan City College of San Francisco
  875. Rachel McMillian, Ph.D.
  876. Lorene Espineli
  877. Maelynne Olivas
  878. Joshua Icban
  879. Josen Diaz
  880. Jenna Edra
  881. Sara Sobkoviak
  882. John David N. Dionisio, Loyola Marymount University 
  883. Cricel Molina de Mesa, PhD, MPH
  884. Sonia Menchavez
  885. Kristine Bade
  886. Ann Borja
  887. Candy Mae Estalilla
  888. Melanie Sibayan
  889. Angie Tabay
  890. Anthem Salgado
  891. Mark Goce
  892. Justine Acosta
  893. Christian Obana
  894. Steven Moreno-Terrill
  895. Vivien Lorenzo
  896. Melissa Angeles
  897. Joyce Marasigan
  898. Melissa Triunfo
  899. Gabriel Dela Cruz
  900. Karla Chin
  901. Angelica Jongco
  902. Karina Capulong Cerdan
  903. Charito Soriano
  904. Marie Vea
  905. Jameelah Johnson
  906. Karen Johnstone, Filipino American National Historical Society
  907. Rhoda Stevenson
  908. Michelle Ruiz
  909. Mario de Mira
  910. AnneMarie Montani
  911. Mary Jacob
  912. Dr. Christina Khoon
  913. Michelle Portugal, Kappa Psi Epsilon
  914. Carolina San Juan, Director, Graduate Mentoring, UCLA Academic Advancement Program 
  915. Randy Ribay
  916. Noelle Bondoc
  917. Cheryl Zarate, Af3IRM LA 
  918. Doug Villalos
  919. Kevin Owens
  920. Jessalyn Aaland
  921. Erica Colmenares, San Jose State University
  922. Melissa Nefalar
  923. Jennifer Alcalde
  924. Jessie Vallejo, Cal Poly Pomona
  925. Linda Revilla
  926. Christine Melendres
  927. Jill Gonzalez
  928. Rowenalyn Conlu
  929. Danielle Mireles
  930. Michelle Mendoza, University of Oregon
  931. Rozlind Silva
  932. Lucia Hau
  933. Ty Maniulit
  934. Jane Cady
  935. Caroline Calderon
  936. Roehlyn Quisao Caramadre
  937. Antonio caminong
  938. Jessica Antonio 
  939. Maraliz Salgado, Umuwi Ethnic Studies 
  940. Sylvia Oclaray
  941. Weslei Gabrillo
  942. Dr. Sarah Carpio
  943. Jasmine Dator
  944. Romi Acosta-Noa
  945. Sean San José
  946. Adrian Bacong, PhD, MPH
  947. Rozel Cruz-Detzer
  948. Jocelyn Nguyen
  949. Vanna Nauk
  950. Celeste Francisco
  951. Emalyn Lopez
  952. Lendl San Jose
  953. Catrina Caneda
  954. Carla Brizuela-Perez
  955. Joseph Aquilizan
  956. Kayla Andres
  957. Emily Bautista
  958. Olma O’Neill
  959. Chloe Agdipa, LEAD Filipino
  960. Aurora Victoria David
  961. Conrad A. Panganiban
  962. MB Salem
  963. Maristela Jaucian
  964. Raquel Redondiez
  965. Gabie Estrella
  966. Andrea Tacdol
  967. Kay Padilla, Anakbayan at UCLA
  968. Kenneth Camaclang
  969. John Avalos
  970. Pia Lopezbaños-Carrion
  971. Allison Bagnol
  972. Navdeep Kaur, Jakara Movement
  973. Angeli Tuazon
  974. Adrienne Hidalgo Esguerra
  975. Dr. Anthony Santa Ana
  976. Cindy Mai
  977. Kat Evasco
  978. Christen Sasaki
  979. Janelle Mabutas
  980. Christina Pingol
  981. Melanie Panergo
  982. Davina Chang
  983. Jyn Rose Aguas
  984. Jeanell Parayno
  985. Tomas Salinas
  986. Kathryn De Roma
  987. Maxine Evangelista
  988. Marlene Repoldo
  989. Tiffany Joy Bautista
  990. Amy Yuen
  991. Gloriana González
  992. Genevieve Clutario
  993. Christopher Roberts
  994. Cindy del Rosario-Tapan
  995. Eric Andres
  996. Nancy Benton
  997. Dr. Gail Ann Rulloda, San Francisco State University
  998. Ashley Villanueva, UC Berkeley 
  999. Ara Chawdhury
  1000. Djenilin Mallari
  1001. Katrina Rabang
  1002. Pia Barton, Malaya Botanicals
  1003. Lorena Camargo G
  1004. Marky Enriquez, KQED 
  1005. Hashid Quintos, Kasama, Fresno Brown Beret, Delano Filipino American National Historical Society. La Raza Unida Party, Filipino American Educators Association of California 
  1006. Isabella Villacampa
  1007. Aubrey Ramos
  1008. Carlo Bacor
  1009. Louise de Silva
  1010. Wei Ming Dariotis
  1011. Raymond Bayani
  1012. Crystle Gonzales
  1013. Debra Belale
  1014. Jessica Ting
  1015. Bernadette Sy
  1016. Melanie Dulfo
  1017. Marissa Macayan
  1018. Chelly Cruz
  1019. Kei Terauchi
  1020. Jessica Marie “Ree” Obaña
  1021. Erika Bruno
  1022. Ruth Martin
  1023. Stephanie Hernandez
  1024. Jenelle Borja
  1025. Rahmaan Brown
  1026. Sandra Garcia-Fraire, College of Ethnic Studies, SFSU
  1027. Amanda Martinez Morrison
  1028. Ryan Johnson
  1029. Anna Maria Luera, The Center for Cultural Power
  1030. Lilliana P. Saldaña 
  1031. Mace Basco
  1032. Lynie Abadilla
  1033. Joanne Boston
  1034. Anne Vera Cruz
  1035. Czabrina Ayran
  1036. Justine Ouano
  1037. Jonah Deocampo (pka Bambu DePistola)
  1038. Katrina dilag
  1039. Andrea T. Estacio
  1040. Laureen Hom, Cal Poly Pomona
  1041. Chantel Bayani
  1042. Ryan Roa
  1043. Justin Cedric Redondiez
  1044. Lorriz Anne Alvarado Yi, UC San Diego
  1045. Jaime Barrairo
  1046. Dr. DJ Kuttin Kandi
  1047. Mark Carnero
  1048. Jillian Payuran
  1049. Esperanza Godinez
  1050. Justin Salangsang
  1051. Jaelyn Salangsang
  1052. Rona Maglian
  1053. Allanah Francine Guevara
  1054. Felicia Escalona
  1055. Karl Kottman
  1056. Haydee Vicedo
  1057. Nancy Acevedo, California State University, San Bernardino 
  1058. Zoila Navales
  1059. Vincent Kwan
  1060. Cecilia Villero
  1061. Hal Saga, San Francisco State University
  1062. Gilmer Borbo
  1063. Jasmin Hoo
  1064. Andrea Stain
  1065. Elle Becerra
  1066. Jennifer Anunciacion
  1067. Jolynn Asato, San José State University
  1068. Luan Scrivner
  1069. MarKing
  1070. Arlynne Policarpio
  1071. Johnny Nguyen, Asian Improv aRts, Au Co Vietnamese Cultural Center
  1072. Maria C. Alegria
  1073. Michelle Soto-Peña
  1074. Mike Avila
  1075. Gabrielle Kubi
  1076. Lauren Efford
  1077. Silvestre vera
  1078. Rachel Lastimosa
  1079. Ernest Olivar
  1080. Marilyn Ramos
  1081. Jonathan Scott 
  1082. Cassandra Quinto-Collins, Angelo Quinto Foundation
  1083. John Bahia
  1084. Melissa Topacio Long
  1085. Theresa Yugar, California State University, Los Angeles
  1086. Nicole Maxali, Kindred Kapwa Productions
  1087. Isabella Maya Collins
  1088. Kristina Standley
  1089. Sandy Capacio Campbell, Filipino Advocates for Justice, Peralta Hacienda Historical Park
  1090. Carolyn Dunn, PhD., California State University Los Angeles
  1091. Kristle Domondon
  1092. Kristian Kabuay
  1093. Trisha Ibarra
  1094. Kim Geron
  1095. Rebecca Cepeda
  1096. Camille Raquel, LCSW
  1097. Mandy Lau, Teaching Excellence Network
  1098. Heather Prado
  1099. T.K. Le, UCLA Asian American Studies Center
  1100. Sierra Doehr
  1101. Michelle G. Magalong, PhD, Historic Preservation, University of Maryland 
  1102. Stephanie Camba, TeAda Productions, Babaelan Collective, Sustainable Holistic Healing Arts and Activations, Shero Collective
  1103. Franzine Santos
  1104. Megan Dela Cruz
  1105. Jamie Balaoro
  1106. Emi Nakamura
  1107. Tikko Nix
  1108. Noah Kawaguchi
  1109. Leilani Wagner
  1110. Chris Rini
  1111. Dr. Albert Ponce, Political Science & Social Justice, Diablo Valley College
  1112. Jamie Aguas
  1113. Dawn Acosta
  1114. Ivy Tiongco
  1115. Annalise Harlow
  1116. Nori Henk
  1117. Leana Landingin
  1118. Hanna Dangiapo
  1119. Christian Ferrer
  1120. Randy Banaria 
  1121. Eduardo Taylor, Pin@y Educational Partnerships
  1122. Livvy Marcus
  1123. Gabriela Fullon
  1124. Lorna Efford 
  1125. Cybil Joy Pallugna-Saenz, Filipinx Artists of Houston; Filipino American National Historical Society Houston, Texas Chapter
  1126. Rebecca Castro
  1127. Carla Pangan
  1128. Melissa Macaraeg
  1129. Myrna Magat
  1130. Sean Fisher
  1131. Khariza Rae Estacio
  1132. Saira Kaur Singh
  1133. Anne Arcelo
  1134. Maria Lorena Llagas-Marbella, Board Member, Kamayan Coalition
  1135. Kristine Richardson
  1136. Sofi Mercado, Philippine Studies at City College San Francisco
  1137. Kiki Bispo, Former PVUSD student, UCLA
  1138. Loubna Qutami, Asian American Studies, UCLA
  1139. Edeline DeGuzman
  1140. Patricia Salamanca
  1141. Christine A. Liboon
  1142. Alfred Remulla
  1143. Hannah Hapin
  1144. Virley Arcidy
  1145. Alexandra Gates
  1146. Katherine Peik
  1147. Sabrina Belara
  1148. Karren Merto
  1149. Marie Hernandez
  1150. Alexis Lopez
  1151. Jennifer Bautista
  1152. Sarah Lee Laguna
  1153. Eric Claravall
  1154. Glenda Macatangay
  1155. John M. Castro
  1156. Lan Quach 
  1157. Rikka Venturanza, UCLA
  1158. Daniel Arzaga
  1159. Christibelle Villena
  1160. Jonathan Oca
  1161. Keana Hilario, League of Filipino Students UC Berkeley 
  1162. Florence Emily Castillo, Ph.D., University of Texas at Dallas
  1163. Dorian Hiraya, Jeremiah Sataraka
  1164. Pamela Sexton, PVUSD Teacher
  1165. Brian Villa
  1166. Elwyn Cabebe, MD, Stanford Health Care
  1167. Marivic Valdez Quintanilla
  1168. Percival Dela Cruz
  1169. Ana Victoria Fortes
  1170. Sarah Ruiz
  1171. Dr. Lily Ann B Villaraza, Chair, Philippine Studies, City College of San Francisco; National Scholar & Trustee, Filipino American National Historical Society
  1172. eli mangaoang, Bindlestiff Studio, Pin@y Educational Partnerships
  1173. Rhommel Canare
  1174. Marien Cruz
  1175. Laura Mui, LMFT
  1176. Liza Amiwero-Roache
  1177. Venessa Manzano 
  1178. Jennifer Sotto
  1179. Megan Trinh
  1180. Jennifer Santos
  1181. Susan Inosanto
  1182. Cyril Phillips 
  1183. Marissa Aroy, Media Factory
  1184. Reychelle Tretasco
  1185. Rebecca Concepcion Apostol, University of California, Los Angeles' Foundation and Futures: Asian American and Pacific Islander Multimedia Textbook 
  1186. Marlo Casas
  1187. Lisa Poblete, Teacher in San Mateo Union High School District 
  1188. Felicity Amaya Schaeffer
  1189. Rebeca Burciaga, PhD, San José State University 
  1190. Hailey Watanabe
  1191. Marcia M. Zorrilla, DrPH
  1192. Donna Zenz
  1193. Wesley Ueunten, Chair, Department of Asian American Studies, San Francisco State University
  1194. Bobby Dalton G. Roy, California Department of Education
  1195. Josephine Care
  1196. Amanda Ferrer Lam
  1197. Michael Schulze-Oechtering, CSU East Bay, Department of History
  1198. Diana Chandara
  1199. Florencia Dufey
  1200. Guillermo Gómez
  1201. Andrew Cabatian Aggabao
  1202. Cheena Chun Moslen
  1203. Aisha Nelson
  1204. Charlene Argate, Kababayan Kids
  1205. Allan S. Manalo
  1206. Janessa Yniguez
  1207. Linfield University
  1208. Yanis Lee
  1209. Francesca Dolor
  1210. Nini Hayes
  1211. Dr. Saúl I. Maldonado
  1212. Bernie Rosquites 
  1213. Miho Kim, SFSU
  1214. Marisa Alvarez
  1215. Vanessa Rasmussen
  1216. Salka'Tuwa Bondoc Mafla
  1217. Othelia Jumapao
  1218. Ysabelle Inigo
  1219. Sergio Arroyo, 4 Vida, Danza Azteca de Anahuac
  1220. Obbry Santos, Kappa Psi Epsilon, Delta Chapter @ UCLA
  1221. Sharon Hoffmann
  1222. Joanmarie Bañez, PhD Candidate, UC San Diego
  1223. Lara Velasco
  1224. Jamel Ponciano
  1225. Daisy Ditico-Gutierrez
  1226. Joshua Aligam, SIKLAB
  1227. Geraldine Alcid, Filipino Advocates for Justice
  1228. luca castañeda 
  1229. irene faye duller
  1230. Christina Ayson Plank, UCSC
  1231. Angela Larkin
  1232. Chrissy Lau, SFSU
  1233. Donald Donaire, Stockton USD Board Trustee
  1234. Ana K. Soltero López
  1235. Gerard Besina
  1236. Meryl-Mae Blomseth M.Ed. 21 CSLA Sonoma Regional Academy
  1237. Arizza Benitez
  1238. Debbie Lee
  1239. Angelica Posadas
  1240. Shirley Ancheta
  1241. Eryca Antonio, James H. Rumohr (Co-founder of Kumu)
  1242. Maribel Rosendo-Servin, Ethnic Studies Educator
  1243. Maritza Ascencion
  1244. Angela Marie Medina, Financial Coordinator for the Pilipino Transfer Student Partnership @UCLA
  1245. Razón Daus-Magbual 
  1246. Marcus Gomez
  1247. Melchor Malang
  1248. Zoë Finch
  1249. Christopher Parayno
  1250. Cassius Carandang, Pilipino Transfer Student Partnership @ UCLA
  1251. Deena Doan
  1252. Ida Dagdagan
  1253. Jee Soo Kang
  1254. Macy Lou
  1255. Tiffani Marie, San Jose State University, Teacher Education
  1256. Janice Sudaria
  1257. Lillie Tinaza
  1258. Catrina Alonzo
  1259. C. Nobela
  1260. Mary Lou Dela Rosa
  1261. Cyntia Aviña
  1262. Adam RN
  1263. Eureka Soriano
  1264. Chriseah Datu
  1265. Maya Allen
  1266. Rose Ann E. Gutierrez
  1267. Ruth Reyes
  1268. Adriana Garcia
  1269. Paul Michael L. Atienza, Cal Poly Humboldt
  1270. Roderick Irby
  1271. Denise Zhou, UCLA Student
  1272. Elaine Sapitan
  1273. Jewell Bachelor
  1274. Alyson De La Rosa, LCSW
  1275. Valerie P. Fernandez-Alejandrino, College of Ethnic Studies, San Francisco State University
  1276. Hassy Flores, Social Justice Academy
  1277. Ethel DeGois
  1278. Madeleine Boone
  1279. Cintia G. Murillo
  1280. Mayuu Kashimura, San Francisco State University Nikkei Student Union
  1281. Craig Mcclarnon
  1282. Micol Issa
  1283. Caitlin Soriano
  1284. Lienmir Arradaza
  1285. Mason Uesugi
  1286. Cynthia Antonio
  1287. Rico E. Toscano
  1288. Amianan Daus-Magbual
  1289. sheila vafa
  1290. Alyse Olivas
  1291. Dev Nethma
  1292. Ahuitz Romo-Gonzalez
  1293. Claire Cabal Kahrobaie
  1294. Jordan Brooks
  1295. Catherine Pham
  1296. Cyndi Abundabar Ting, M.S. Special Education
  1297. John Magbual
  1298. Jonathan Lee, PhD, SFSU, College of Ethnic Studies
  1299. Rylo Parayno
  1300. Rowan Parayno
  1301. Camille Guiriba
  1302. Rizalene Zabala
  1303. Nora S Yerena, Certified Family Life Educator
  1304. Cielito Thea Fernandez
  1305. Terrie Guevarra
  1306. Boaz Tang
  1307. Allan S Daus
  1308. Estella Habal, professor emerita San Jose State
  1309. Anna Kimura
  1310. Cassandra Reyes
  1311. Bianca Mabute-Louie
  1312. Jenine Wehbeh
  1313. Ashley Koch, former coach and teacher in PVUSD
  1314. Trisha Lagaso Goldberg
  1315. Lillian Santos Stables
  1316. Gail Gonzalez Coloyan
  1317. Harry Embuido
  1318. Katrina Songco
  1319. Nikhil Laud
  1320. Gretchen Gallardo
  1321. Thear Chum
  1322. Kay Dumlao Doherty
  1323. Leilani Merriam
  1324. Charley Brooks, Mills College at Northeastern University
  1325. Carol Umanzor
  1326. Oona Fontanella-Nothom, College of Education, California State University - Los Angeles
  1327. Elaine V. Bautista 
  1328. Felipe Ponce Sr.
  1329. Nanette Tintiangco
  1330. Maritza Arreola
  1331. Jersey Rosetes
  1332. Hilda Fernandez, Foothill College
  1333. Divina Barber Sevilla 
  1334. Krystel Salandanan, Psy.D.
  1335. Mariah Ramirez
  1336. Ulysses Acevedo
  1337. Dr. Raúl S. Lomelí
  1338. Roderick Daus-Magbual (Council Member, Daly City)
  1339. Kristen Ferrer
  1340. Lashawn R. Chatmon
  1341. Melvin Alegado
  1342. Jermaine Carr
  1343. Alex Paulos
  1344. Jeanette Gandionco Lazam
  1345. Susan Kohen
  1346. Yolanda Castaneda-Futol
  1347. Krezzia Basilio
  1348. Jada Quidachay
  1349. Brian Charest
  1350. Nicole Bonsol
  1351. Suzanne SooHoo, Chapman Univeristy
  1352. Lauren Higa
  1353. Bernie Gomez, community member
  1354. Jamie Pelusi
  1355. Timothy Bautista
  1356. Haruki Eda, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
  1357. OiYan Poon
  1358. Theodore Domingo
  1359. Bradford Ladera
  1360. Cierra Presberry
  1361. Annelle Maranan Garcia
  1362. Emelia Leon
  1363. Rizalene Zabala
  1364. Robie Evangelista
  1365. Julian Merino
  1366. Jathusha Mahenthirarajan
  1367. Ligaya Domingo
  1368. Lindsay Ordesta
  1369. Erin Wood
  1370. Gianna Brassil
  1371. Joel A. Arce, UMass Amherst
  1372. Katy Felsinger
  1373. Shalane Li
  1374. Jana Lynne Umipig, El Puente, Brooklyn, NY
  1375. Oliver Saria
  1376. Eileen Boris, UC Santa barbara
  1377. Nola Macapagal Nakamitsu
  1378. Joe Williams
  1379. David Ko
  1380. Anna Alves
  1381. Christy Poisot, FANHS HOUSTON TEXAS
  1382. Vanessa Emperador 
  1383. Maritza Avila
  1384. Melanie Fontanilla Ginelsa
  1385. Arturo Villarreal - Evergreen Valley College Faculty
  1386. Angelina Loyola, Evergreen Valley College 
  1387. Morgan Ashley Chang-Jimenez
  1388. Anna Pilhoefer
  1389. Christine Start
  1390. Ernest Felix
  1391. Johannah Seah
  1392. Maria Dela Cruz
  1393. Matthew Dumanig, Kabataan Alliance
  1394. Geoffrey Suguitan
  1395. Angela Pedrigal
  1396. Mar Abat
  1397. Jessica Page
  1398. Camille Valerio
  1399. Michael Rosenberg, Director Law Academy at Balboa High School, San Francisco
  1400. Rissa Belara
  1401. Daniela Quintanar
  1402. Ami Bowen
  1403. Kaio Sena
  1404. Ron P. Muriera
  1405. MIchael Viola
  1406. Jy Jimmie Gabiola
  1407. Inwon Hwang
  1408. Zoilo Adalia
  1409. Andi Bianchi
  1410. Rick Cantora
  1411. Nelson Layag 
  1412. Francis J. Seludo, UC Berkeley
  1413. Roland Abad
  1414. Dr. Frank Perez PhD Ethnic Studies
  1415. Barbara Jane Reyes
  1416. Tianna Andresen
  1417. Alexis Raquino
  1418. Alizandra Magallanes
  1419. Gabrielle Arreglo
  1420. Kyle Bermudez
  1421. Liana Duque
  1422. Ashley de la Cruz
  1423. Sophia Soriano
  1424. Katherine Mara
  1425. Skyler Sharp
  1426. Barbara Kim, Asian and Asian American Studies, CSULB
  1427. Jessica Eyison 
  1428. Marylou Domondon Gaspar
  1429. Jennifer Navarro-Marroquin, Community Well
  1430. Melany De La Cruz-Viesca
  1431. Jeren Peñalosa
  1432. Alexandria Chu - LEAD Filipino
  1433. Patricia Guevarra
  1434. Pat Urbi, Filipino American Educator Association of California 
  1435. Ysrael Quezon
  1436. Kelly Fong
  1437. Rekia Jibrin, University of California, Santa Cruz
  1438. Gabriel Young, LEAD Filipino
  1439. Heather Javier
  1440. Ismael Illescas
  1441. Jennifer Co
  1442. Amani Loutfy
  1443. Casey Pascual
  1444. Dolores Calderón
  1445. Meg Ilasco
  1446. Vincent Lam
  1447. Gail Beltran Nott, Certified Professional Diversity Coach
  1448. Julia McNeary
  1449. Leda Ramos, Chicana/o & Latina/o Studies, CSULA
  1450. Kimberly I. Miranda -UCLA
  1451. Mellanie Rhae Tanada, University of Washington, Office if Minority Affairs & Diversity
  1452. Emy Coligado
  1453. Colt Nguyen
  1454. Diana Sánchez
  1455. Frances Ancheta Becker
  1456. Kyle Navarro, MS Health Policy, BSN, RN, PHN
  1457. Liberty Rapada
  1458. Farima Pour-Khorshid, Abolitionist Teaching Network
  1459. Denisha Jones, Ph.D., J.D
  1460. Blanca Missé, Associate Professor, SFSU
  1461. Aggie Revane
  1462. Chris Jadallah, UCLA
  1463. Miya Sommers, Faculty Asian American Studies, Berkeley City College
  1464. Anita Jain
  1465. Tamara Prather
  1466. Marcos Pizarro, College of Education, San José State University
  1467. Rita Kohli, Asoociate Professor, University of California, Riverside 
  1468. Marissa Cruz-Flores
  1469. Ayuri Terada, Los Angeles Unified School District
  1470. Sharim Hannegan-Martinez
  1471. Francia Pinillos, M.S. Special Education 
  1472. Jenn Galinato, California State University- Sacramento
  1473. Rachelle Villanueva
  1474. Re'Nyqua Farrington, University of California, Riverside
  1475. Emily Dech
  1476. Jonathan Mercado
  1477. Nayely Payan
  1478. Dina Maramba
  1479. Tara Popovic
  1480. Rowena A. Robles, PhD
  1481. Darius White
  1482. José I. Fusté, Faculty of Ethnic Studies, UC San Diego
  1483. Jen Soriano, author
  1484. Loan Dao, PhD
  1485. Rudy Guevarra Jr.
  1486. Leah Aguilera
  1487. Joy Sales
  1488. Emily Klein, Professor, Saint Mary's College of CA
  1489. Maria L. Abadesco
  1490. Yvonne Y. Kwan
  1491. Amy Lin
  1492. Abraham Ignacio
  1493. Gina Masequesmay, Asian American Studies at CSU Northridge
  1494. Seon-Hye Moon
  1495. Shelley Kuang
  1496. Joyce Lu, Ph.D.
  1497. Camille Llanes-Fontanilla, MPA
  1498. Abigail Chun, UCLA Asian American Studies Center
  1499. Christina Newhard, Publisher, Sari-Sari Storybooks
  1500. Angel Yuan
  1501. Kathy Yep
  1502. Jacinda Lee
  1503. Scott Schonfeldt-Aultman
  1504. Troy Kondo
  1505. Angelica Macalisang, SFSU
  1506. Kimmy Kee-Rose
  1507. Andrae Chin, UCLA Asian American Studies Center
  1508. Tim Harper
  1509. Kirin Macapugay
  1510. Aimee Mizuno, community member
  1511. Claudette Coverdale
  1512. Keith Camacho
  1513. Thuy Vo Dang, UCLA faculty
  1514. Eric Norberg
  1515. Tanya Mayo
  1516. Blanco, Maria
  1517. Kelly Ji
  1518. Tilda Kapuya, Director of Equity and Community at San Francisco University High School
  1519. Ratha Kelly
  1520. Yee Xiong
  1521. Sheri Fabbri
  1522. Adriana Blanco-V.
  1523. Terrance Amsler
  1524. Laticia Lonon
  1525. Brian Johnson - SFUSD
  1526. Kevin Torion June Jordan School For Equity World History
  1527. Margy LaFreniere
  1528. Takashi Mizuno,community member
  1529. Tomomi Kinukawa, SFSU
  1530. Baki Tezcan, Professor of History, University of California, Davis
  1531. Dina Al-Kassim
  1532. Hae choi
  1533. Eric Mar
  1534. Marissa Stewart
  1535. Grace Kyungwon Hong, Professor of Asian American Studies and Gender Studies, Director of the Center for the Study of Women|Streisand Center, UCLA
  1536. Kathryn Mizuno, PVUSD teacher, retired
  1537. Eduardo Rocha, AAPIS for Justice
  1538. Myra Dumapias, Filipino American National Historical Society
  1539. Joe Virata
  1540. Davorn Sisavath
  1541. Elena Norberg-Brown
  1542. Renee Tajima-Peña, Professor, UCLA
  1543. Holly Calica
  1544. Tony Robles
  1545. Jacqueline Liao, Kappa Psi Epsilon
  1546. Jimina Afuola
  1547. Estella Owoimaha-Church
  1548. Nancy Jodaitis
  1549. Jeannie Gonzalez-Alegata
  1550. Victor Kimura
  1551. Christina Luna, The Luna Company LLC
  1552. Aviya McGuire
  1553. Bethany Lourie
  1554. Rachel Reinhard
  1555. Victor Rios Teacher OUSD
  1556. Gabriella Gandall
  1557. Sherilyn Roy
  1558. Lizelle Festejo Hsu
  1559. Tuyen Tran
  1560. ‘Asena Taione-Filihia
  1561. Lani Ka'ahumanu
  1562. Jermel Aure
  1563. Evyn Lê Espiritu Gandhi
  1564. Michelle Palacios
  1565. Cathleen Escolta
  1566. Hazel Floria-Lange
  1567. Melissa Ambrose, LCSW/PPS
  1568. Romeo O. Garcia
  1569. Eugene Gambol
  1570. Chloe de los Reyes
  1571. Genesis Lastrella-Quicho
  1572. Luis Enrique Flores
  1573. Ron Espiritu, Ethnic Studies Educator
  1574. William Kuang
  1575. Ally Pardo
  1576. Maddie Kellogg
  1577. Tara Shelton
  1578. Kyu Lee
  1579. Graham Cruickshank
  1580. Rodrigo Valles, Santa Ana College
  1581. Rowena M. Tomaneng
  1582. Laurie Hughes, teacher JUHSD
  1583. Denise Boulter
  1584. Lailan Sandra Huen, Oakland Unified School District
  1585. Shiela Ferrer
  1586. Sandra So Hee Chi Kim, Asian American Justice + Innovation Lab
  1587. Alina Aguilar
  1588. Katie Quan
  1589. Nat H.N. Low, Ph.D.
  1590. Vinay Lal, UCLA Faculty
  1591. Christian Macahilig
  1592. Chris Lee, UCLA Asian American Studies Center
  1593. Hector Hernandez, Hero Tent, L.U.N.A.
  1594. Karen Mestizo, HERO Tent
  1595. Rupini Kamat
  1596. Brian Parkman
  1597. Elizabeth Agramont-Justiniano
  1598. Lucia Ruiz-Salguero, Hero Tents, Working Partnerships USA, San Jose Conversation Corps
  1599. Tyler Morgan, H.E.R.O. Tent
  1600. Delma Hernandez
  1601. Dr. Naomi Querubin Abesamis
  1602. Eli Davies
  1603. Kiana Simmons, Human Empowerment Radical Optimism (H.E.R.O. Tent) 
  1604. Michael Manalo-Pedro
  1605. Jimena Damián
  1606. Jiyoun Park
  1607. Minah Kashani
  1608. Hatim Saifee, B.A. UC Davis
  1609. Isa Hoffman
  1610. Maria Lourdes Nocedal-Geaga
  1611. Dima Musa
  1612. MV Candelaria
  1613. Brandon Chin
  1614. Jelissa Cecile Alota
  1615. Kiana Javier, Kappa Psi Epsilon Delta Chapter
  1616. LoRayne Ortega
  1617. Mariah Manibusan 
  1618. Monica Simeon
  1619. Kiara Maxino
  1620. Alyssa Garana, Samahang Pilipino Education and Retention | Kappa Psi Epsilon Delta Chapter
  1621. Ian Licata
  1622. Brandon Diniz
  1623. Rebecca Royston, Pajaro Valley Unified Educator
  1624. Marina Anglo
  1625. Vivian Nguyen
  1626. Edith Ruiz
  1627. Chris Abelgas
  1628. Angelique Pacleb, Kappa Psi Epsilon, Beta Chapter
  1629. Leila Malikyar, Lecturer at SFSU
  1630. Gopal Dayaneni, SFSU
  1631. Janice Tanemura, SFSU Lecturer
  1632. Leora Kava, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, SFSU
  1633. Daisy Cabus
  1634. Jaimy Magdalena Mann, SFSU
  1635. Anoushka Takla
  1636. Andrea Foggy-Paxton, Social Studies Accelerator
  1637. Stacey Greer
  1638. Radhika Kirkman
  1639. Janette Islas
  1640. Rachel Hitchcock
  1641. Sylvia Qualls
  1642. Phillippe Fernandez-Brennan, PhD Student; Tinalak Advisory Council; Pamantasan Council (University of Hawai’i at Mānoa)
  1643. Ivee Cruz
  1644. Melissa Nunan-Lew
  1645. Hazel Benigno, PsyD
  1646. Rose Lynn Abesamis-Bell, Sama Sama Cooperative
  1647. Esteban Ortiz
  1648. Jowy-Jhan Curameng
  1649. Oriel María Siu
  1650. Samantha Torres, MPH, PhD student at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
  1651. Doaa Hesham
  1652. Maya Campbell-Unsoeld, Teacher, PVUSD
  1653. Christopher Webb
  1654. Nicole Martínez
  1655. Kevin Casasola
  1656. Danny Diaz, Ed.D. 

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