On this edition of Your Call, Gayle Romasanta joins us to discuss Journey for Justice: The Life of Larry Itliong, an illustrated nonfiction children’s book about the Filipino-American cofounder of the United Farm Workers.
It’s the first book of its kind about Filipino American history. It’s also the first book ever about Larry Itliong, a pioneer in the farmworkers’ movement. Filipino Americans are the second largest Asian American population in the nation, but rarely appear in history books. What’s the legacy of Filipino Americans?
Gayle Romasanta, Filipino-American writer and editor and co-author of Journey for Justice: The Life of Larry Itliong
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