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Christian Guerrero is a cheesy semi-professional. He’s a creative joker, with a 50/50 percent chance of making you laugh. He also works with nonprofits, small businesses, and community organizations.

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The Filipino Garage

A COMMUNITY PODCAST

The Filipino Garage is a podcast that shares Filipino American culture, creativity, and community for the wider world.

A Wealth of Community Wisdom

INSIGHTS & REFLECTIONS FROM AWESOME GUESTS

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We Believe in Our Community’s Cultural Capital

Filipinos & their stories should be told

I launched this podcast to highlight more of the art, creativity, and wisdom of the community leaders I’m surrounded with in the Filipino American community. Growing up, I never saw positive Filipino role models in media. I never saw our stories being told or celebrated. As a young immigrant, that was tough. This is my attempt at contributing.

This podcast is a celebration of our diversity, strength, and community wealth. It is a collection of conversations, sharings, reflections, and stories of our people, told by our own community. Take a listen.

Christian Guerrero , The Filipino Garage Podcast

Community Dialogue

This whole conversation—all the ones you’ve had with other guests—are examples for younger generations to listen to . To have a male Filipino and a female Filipino having a conversation like this is really significant.

Kim Davalos, Artist & Educator

Advice for Younger Selves

“To my younger self, I would tell her that it’s ok to be quieter. You shouldn’t feel ashamed for being that way because that perspective and experiences you go through as someone who is a quieter person is going to be incredibly valuable when you’re older. To be able to empathize with other perspectives and other experiences.”

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40 – Marc Escobar / Drumming, Community College, UC Berkeley, Simpboi

By |February 26th, 2020|Categories: Podcast|

Marc Escobar is a FilAm journalist, poet, and drummer. Currently majoring in Political Science at UC Berkeley, he's spent majority of his time in the Bay Area—attending Westmoor High School in Daly City and transferring from Skyline College in San Bruno. Born in the Philippines, Marc shares about his childhood in San Diego and his family's eventual move to the Bay Area. He opens up about learning how to drum from his uncle and the spaces that led him to over the years—band in middle school and high school, then drumming for the Pilipino Cultural Night at UC Berkeley. In this episode, we also talk about the community college experience and transferring into UC Berkeley—social circles, authenticity, balance, and friendships.

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