Skyline College/North San Mateo County Oral History Archives, Skyline College Library
Student project for LSCI 110 Digital Oral Research Project, Skyline College

 Athila Lambino

Click on the links below to hear audio segments from an April 2012 interview by James de la Pena with Athila Lambino,
who is a Filipino American citizen who is not like the average filam, with everything from religion to sexuality as an everyday struggle.

 

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Athila Lambino

 

Table of Contents:

1. Athila intro  
2. Finding identity

3. Being different

4. Educated Filipinos

5. Little Manila

6. Homeland

 

Segment 1
1.
Athila intro

 (1:35)
Athila lambino gives a little background information about himself. 

 

 

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Segment 2
2.
Finding identity

 (2:08)
Athila describes finding his identity and being comfortable with it.

 

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Segment 3
3. Being different
(2:20)
Athila talks about not being like every other Filipino Americans i.e. Religion
and sexuality

 

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Segment 4
4. Educated Filipinos ( 2:00)
Athila talks about educated Filipinos immigrating

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Segment 5
5. Little Manila  (2:04)
Athila talks on his views of Daily City as a little Manila.

 

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Segment 6
6. Homeland

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Athila speaks on his homeland and views.

 

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last revised: 8-11-12
by Eric Brenner, Skyline College, San Bruno, CA
These materials may be used for educational purposes.   North San Mateo County Oral History Archives, Skyline College Library.
All commercial rights are reserved. To contact the coordinator, or send comments or suggestions, email: Eric Brenner at brenner@smccd.edu