It seeks to educate, connect, and empower Filipinos in the United States and so together, in the spirit of Bayanihan, we can alleviate poverty for the Philippines and uplift The Filipino Nation all over the world.
About eleven months after being demoted from her position as principal of Chula Vista High School (CVHS), Mary Rose Peralta was reinstated as full-fledged principal at Otay Ranch High School.
Bias and discrimination in the US have been the center of many major movements over the decades. Today, more Filipino-Americans are taking a stand and raising their voices when their freedom and livelihoods are threatened.
This is how Principal Mary Rose Peralta’s story starts. This video shows that no amount of discrimination and racism can ever break the Filipino spirits as long as we’re together, uniting for what we believe in. Walang Iwanan.
Three hundred (300) Filipino-Americans stood up for Mary Rose, think of what 30,000 can do.