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Indigenous Peoples in the Visayas: Identities, Influences, and Interconnections

UGAT, in partnership with the University of San Carlos-Center for Social Research and Education (USC-CSRE), invites the public to an online forum with the theme: “Indigenous Peoples in the Visayas: Identities, Influences, and Interconnections” on June 19, 2021 (Saturday) at 09:00AM-12:00PM (PST). This event is free. Register here!


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