October is Filipino-American History Month.  Please join us for a closer look at one of the bloodiest and most controversial episodes of the Philippine-American War (1899 to 1902).

“Balangiga Bells: A Story of Courage and Friendship”

A Power Point presentation compiled by Atty. Floro Balato, Jr., presented with additional material by PSGM's own Elsa and Addi Batica

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Sunday, October 20, 2019
2:00 – 4:00pm
Philippine Center of Minnesota (PCM)
1830 Frost Ave., Maplewood, MN 55109

FREE & OPEN to the Public

(Light Refreshments will be Provided)

PSGM is the last one remaining of the many organizations formed in response to the Marcos dictatorship (September 1972 to February 1986).  We continue to educate and advocate for social justice and provide grassroots socio-economic and educational project funding.
For more information, call: Meg Layese 651-646-1985, Elsa or Addi Batica 612-715-0579


Breaking: PSGM Advocacy Work

PSGM is active in advocacy for human rights in the Philippines with various partner organizations including the Ecumenical Advocacy Network on the Philippines (EANP), an organization that lobbies the US Congress.   One recent result was a House Foreign Affairs Asia-Pacific Subcommittee hearing on human rights in SE Asia, 7-25-2019.  See the EANP statement in response to the hearing here.