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This episode is by three Filipina poets of Hawai’i: Marie Anamong Ramos, Demiliza Sagaral Saramosing, and Darlene Rodrigues. They reflect on the recent cases of anti-Asian violence and police killings of Black people like George Floyd. They reflect on what it means to be a Filipina woman, an Asian woman at this time, as targets of violence and as resistors of violence.