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Interested in listing your event on our site?  Please complete the Events Application for CMV Calendar and email it to vacocenterforminorit@va.gov.  We reserve the right to alter, edit or remove an event listing or any information contained within it.  Please make sure that all information is complete and include links to information posted on the requesting organization’s website.  We do not guarantee posting of your event on our website.  Please allow up to 7 business days for your submission to be approved and posted to our calendar.

Calendar of Upcoming Events

July

15

Filipino American National Historical Society 18th Biennial Conference
July 15-18, 2020
Waikiki Beach, Hawaii
The FANHS 18th Biennial Conference theme, KAU KAU TIN: Sharing Filipino American Stories, reflects the initial stages of Hawaii’s Filipino plantation laborer’s history, their social environment; —1900, to where we are now; —2020. The early 1900s was a time, decades before the Filipino laborers were referred to as sakadas. Before being referenced as sakadas, they were referred to as Hawaii’s Filipino Plantation Laborers.

July

26

NAACP Convention
July 26-30, 2020
Boston, Massachusetts
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will hold the 111th National Convention in Boston, Massachusetts in July of 2020. Watch for more details to come as we draw closer to pre-registration and convention time.

August

10

Pistahan Parade & Festival
August 10-11, 2020
San Francisco, California
Experience the best of Filipino art, dance, music and food at the Pistahan Parade and Festival. Billed as the largest celebration of Filipino Americans in the U.S., the two-day event organized by the Filipino American Arts Exposition is expected to draw over 80,000 people over the weekend. Admission is free and fun for the entire family!

August

31

National Image 48th National Training Program
August 31-September 3, 2020
San Antonio, Texas
The National Training Program (NTP) focuses on providing training for government employees involved in the management of Hispanic/Special Emphasis employment, Recruitment and outreach programs. Instructions on the education and skills necessary to reach their full leadership potential and to fully manage their employment programs.

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