San Mateo Pride Center to host ‘Kamayan and the Identities That Feed Us’

San Mateo Pride Center to host ‘Kamayan and the Identities That Feed Us’

/ 11:11 AM October 06, 2022

SAN MATEO, California – The Pride Center and the College of San Mateo is hosting “Kamayan and the Identities That Feed Us,” a “multicultural, food-centered intergenerational” virtual event to mark Fil-Am History Month and National Coming Out Day, on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 6:30 to 8 p.m. PST.


Megan Bueno, alumna of the College of SMC, and Krystle Cansino from the SMC LGBTQ Commission, will discuss the intersectionality of LGBTQ identities and Philippine cultural roots.

A live lumpia-making will be demonstrated by Frankie Sapp, program director of the San Mateo County Pride Center. Participants who wish to follow will be informed of the ingredients to buy ahead of time.


To support kababayan-owned shops near you in the Bay Area, visit

Closed captions will be available. Register in advance using this link:

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