My FASA Story

My FASA Story | RJ Dumo

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What up tigga/ Obligatory baby pic Before coming to UW, I was never one to think of myself in a reflective way. Growing up in a neighborhood where everyone looked different than me, assimilating became second nature. Sometimes, I would throw away the red hot dog sandwiches my mom would pack me for lunch and […]

My FASA Story

My FASA Story | Saralyn Santos

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When I was two years old, my family packed up and moved from New York City back to the Philippines. I remembered nothing of my life in America; my first memories were of humidity and heat, summer storms and floods, trips to Jollibee and meals around the wooden table in our kitchen. In my mind, […]

My FASA Story

My FASA Story | Leanna Tri

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“If it doesn’t really affect me, I don’t really care.” I wish I can remember who it was that told me that because those ten words have had a huge effect on me. Growing up, I don’t remember a time in my life where I liked to share important details about myself…where I voiced my […]