We Are Kubo Article

Check it out, I wrote an article for wearekubo.com! "How to Sustain Activism Beyond College," talks about the many lessons learned and heartbreaks one goes through when committing to serve their community. I talked about my experiences as a congressional intern; the Kappa Psi Epsilon Pinay based sorority founder; "Eleven Eleven" co-founder, the California College of the Arts literary arts journal; and artistic director and artist at Bindlestiff Studio, the only Filipino American theater in the United States, and other things, like a lot of community heartbreak, self love, and more love for the community.

Big shout out to Kubo,  a new online community for Filipino Americans. Two former UCLA grads, the We are Kubo founders, Mallory Valenzuela and Conrad Contreras, were the first folks to give us a voice on their site! Thank you so much We Are Kubo! Subscribe and get the latest scoop on Filipino American culture, history and commentary. 

 Gayle on the bottom row doing a backward K for Kappa. She was 19 and had a lot to learn to still ... 

Gayle on the bottom row doing a backward K for Kappa. She was 19 and had a lot to learn to still ...