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Grace G. Baldisseri

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Filipina Women's Network - The 4th Annual San Francisco Women's Holiday Party
www.filipinawomensnetwork.org, 19 Jan 2014 [cached]
Grace Baldisseri
Grace Baldisseri ...
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Grace Baldisseri
Award-winning poet, community organizer ...
www.asianjournal.com, 8 April 2010 [cached]
Award-winning poet, community organizer and actor/director Grace G. Baldisseri takes the role of comfort woman in the SAY IT (For Comfort Women) monologue. Listen as she speaks about the harrowing experiences of thousands of Filipino comfort women who were cursed, drugged, twisted, punched, sterilized and forced to sexual servitude by the Japanese Imperial Government during Worl War II.
The survivors of the wartime rape and sexual abuse have suffered emotional, psychological and sociological pain especially guilt and shame. These survivors are now in their 80s and 90s and they were brave enough to tell all "before they are gone and their stories leave this world."
Grace wrote the poem, Bruised Flower, as a fitiing tribute to women and girls who are survivors of all kinds of sexual violence. She said, " As I say every line in the monologue, I feel, hear, and smell violence in my heart and soul.
Filipina poet Grace G. ...
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Filipina poet Grace G. Baldisseri, an Ibanag, is among four speakers at the United Nations on May 17. In keeping with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, she will Share ...
Filipina poet Grace G. ...
www.asianjournal.com, 17 May 2011 [cached]
Filipina poet Grace G. Baldisseri, an Ibanag, is among four speakers at the United Nations on May 17. In keeping with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, she will Share her Ibanag poetry, Tawe Ta Ili Mi (In My Village), as both a tribute and a call to action to address the crisis facing the world's languages, and the poetry borne in and upon their words.
Grace was born in Cabagan, Isabela. Her mother speaks Ilocano as she comes from Naguilian, La Union and her father is an Ibanag from Abagan, Isabela. She speaks both their 'minority languages.' "More than half the world's languages will disappear this century. There are 6,500 endangered languages today, I hope that the Ibanag and other 'minority languages' in the Philippines will not be among them," she said.
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