Sakada Offspring

Sakada Offspring

Alfredo G. Evangelista Editor’s Note: Many of The Fil-Am Voice’s staff have connections to Sakadas and the plantations. Although we generally hate to be the subject of the articles/columns, this is a third in a series focusing on the Fil-Am...

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Sakada Offspring

Tante Tolentino Urban Editor’s Note: Many of The Fil-Am Voice’s staff have connections to Sakadas and the plantations. Although we generally hate to be the subject of the articles/columns, this is a second in a series focusing on the Fil-Am...

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Elizabeth Ayson, Ph.D.

Elizabeth Ayson, Ph.D. Editor’s Note: Many of The Fil-Am Voice’s staff have connections to Sakadas and the plantations. Although we generally hate to be the subject of the articles/columns, this month Lucy Peros begins a series on focusing on The...

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Sakada Offspring

Virgilio “Leo” R. Agcolicol Lucy Peros | All photos courtesy of Leo Agcolicol Our featured Sakada Offspring is the epitome of a “man of service.” As a young man from the Philippines, as a working adult, and as a fellow...

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Natividad “Naty” Galindo Tumbaga

Lucy Peros | All photos courtesy of Naty Tumbaga With the closing of Maui Land and Pineapple and HC&S (Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company), there are acres and acres of land on Maui that are not being used productively. It...

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Shirley Siores Evangelista

Lucy Peros | All photos courtesy of Shirley Evangelista Like our Sakada fathers, grandfathers, and great grandfathers before us, we, second or third generations Filipino-Americans also have many stories to share and tell regarding our challenges, frustrations, and successes as...

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