No Passport Required
12/23/2019 | 54m 41s | WETA Passport
Host Marcus Samuelsson goes to Seattle, where he spends time with immigrant and second-generation Filipinos who are taking charge of their city's food scene. As Filipino food gains more national, mainstream recognition, members of the community are working to tell the story on their own terms.
Aired: 12/23/19 |
Extras From This Episode
Do You Know the History of Filipino Immigration?
Clip: 12/23/2019 | 2m 44s
Meet Aunt Leila at Oriental Mart
Clip: 12/23/2019 | 1m 43s
Sara Porkalob on the Origin of Seattle's Coalition Activism
Preview: 12/23/2019 | 2m 51s
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02/10/2020 | 52m 4s | WETA Passport
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