FILIPINO AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH

Filipino American History Month in October commemorates the earliest documented evidence of Filipinos in the continental United States. The observance also celebrates Filipino heritage and the contributions of Filipino Americans. The first Luzones Indios, or Filipino men, in the United States arrived at Morro Bay, California on October 18, 1587. A Spanish galleon named Nuestra …
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NATIONAL BLACK COW DAY – June 10

National Black Cow Day is observed each year on June 10.  Are you in the mood for ice cream?  We are all familiar with the Root Beer Float but did you know that it is also called the Black Cow? A Black Cow was originally made with root beer and vanilla ice cream.  Now it …
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ASIAN AMERICAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER HERITAGE MONTH – MAY

May has been designated Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Across the nation, Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders contribute to a rich and deeply rooted heritage. Whether speaking to first, second, third, or fourth-generation immigrants, their impact is powerful and inspiring. From migrant laborers to inventive trailblazers, the month is a time …
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Jubilant July

10 INTERESTING FACTS АBОUT PЕОРLЕ BОRN ІN JULУ July is thе seventh month оf the year (bеtwееn Junе and Auguѕt) in thе Julіаn аnd Grеgоrіаn Cаlеndаrѕ аnd оnе оf ѕеvеn mоnthѕ wіth the lеngth оf 31 dауѕ. Hеrе are thе 10 іntеrеѕtіng fасtѕ аbоut people who аrе born іn Julу. Tаkе note of thеѕе іf …
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