Related Links

The following websites may be helpful or of further interest for discovering more about other organizations in which our members are involved, general information about the Philippines and Kansas City, and miscellaneous cultural items.

Community Organizations

Ethnic Enrichment Commission of Kansas City, Missouri
With membership from 66 countries and ethnic groups, the Commission continues to foster understanding and appreciation of cultural diversity in the greater Kansas City area.

Gawad Kalinga
The GK Community Infrastructure Program aims to build brightly painted homes in sustainable communities for the poorest of the poor. Homes and other communal facilities are built through a combination of skilled paid labor and sweat equity of the GK residents themselves.

Kansas City Presas Arnis Meetup
Arnis - also sometimes known as escrima or kali - is the Filipino martial arts style usually associated with stick fighting, swords, and knives. This is a FREE, weekly meetup every Sunday morning hosted by Kindred Protective Arts at Self Defense Global in the Northland. You don't have to have any martial arts experience at all to join us - heck, we'll even let you borrow some sticks to play with on your visit!

Philippine Medical Society of Greater Kansas City
With over 32,500 clinic patients seen, 3,800 major surgeries, 4,700 minor surgeries, and the many consults, training, and many millions of dollars worth of equipment delivered, we can honestly say, "We are achieving our goals."

Philippine Nurses Association of Greater Kansas City
A voluntary professional organization of nurses serving our community by assisting and supporting several area organizations.

World Outreach Foundation Kansas City
Our organization is dedicated to the eradication of poverty-related malnutrition and disease through missions that deliver medical treatment, education and sustainable provision of food resources in developing communities worldwide.

Kansas City News and Information

City of Kansas City, Missouri
Official city government site.

City of Overland Park, Kansas
Official city government site.

Kansas City Convention & Visitors Association
Official Kansas City travel guide.

The Kansas City Star
Published daily. Includes news, entertainment, local links, and subscription details.

Philippine News and Information

Consulate General of the Philippines
Provides consular services, trade and investment opportunities, and tourism destinations to visit in the Philippines. Located in Chicago.

The Republic of the Philippines
The Official Government Portal of the Republic of the Philippines. Contains news and information about the country, the president, the state of the nation, and other government related information.

WOW Philippines
The official tourist information website of the Philippines.


Angry Asian Man
A blog founded in 2001 by Phil Yu focusing on Asian American news, media, and politics.

Bayanihan Philippine National Folk Dance Company
The multiple award-winning dance company recognized around the world for its artistry, choreography and originality. Through colorful costumes, rich music, and movement, Bayanihan performs traditional folk dances inspired by the diverse influences unique to the Philippines.

Center for Asian American Media (CAAM)
A nonprofit organization dedicated to presenting stories that convey the richness and diversity of Asian American experiences to the broadest audience possible. We do this by funding, producing, distributing and exhibiting works in film, television and digital media.

Flor 1973-1978
Public art by Jenifer Wofford. "This 6 poster project imagines 6 years in the life of the fictional Flor Villanueva, a young woman who has emigrated from Manila to San Francisco."

Mid-20th Century Filipino Art
The collection of Perry Onstat. He was particularly attracted to the figurative and romantic style of Victor Loyola, as well as Cesar Buenaventura, Cesar Amorsolo, and others associated with the Mabini art scene of the 1960s and 1970s.

NPR Code Switch: Race and Identity, Remixed
Remember when folks used to talk about being "post-racial"? Well, we're definitely not that. We're a team of journalists fascinated by the overlapping themes of race, ethnicity and culture, how they play out in our lives and communities, and how all of this is shifting.

Philppine-American War, 1899-1902
A comprehensive pictorial history by Arnaldo Dumindin.

Postcards from Manila
Weekly travel photography by Bobby Wong.

Connect to Philippine language and culture with puppets. Learn and enjoy Tagalog, Philippine folktales, and music. Visit our main YouTube channel and learn short lessons every week. If you missed the lessons, no problem. You can watch anytime, at your own pace, and at no cost.

Zamboanga: Poverty, War, Music
A documentary following musician Barclay Martin’s journey through the southern region of the Philippines, where he comes face-to-face with the persevering soul of the country.


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