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Visualizing Diasporic Filipina/o Identities in .45 Kaliber Proof

As an alternative media form, zines give voice to marginalized communities where the creators articulate ideologies and experiences often overlooked in mainstream society. This article examines Filipina/o diasporic identity construction through a visual and textual analysis of .45 Kaliber Proof, a zine created in the early 2000s by Anakbayan Seattle, a progressive Filipina/o American youth organization. Zines have become a counter-hegemonic space where politically-based Filipina/o diasporic identities are made visible. In analyzing the layouts, texts, and images of various issues, two overarching themes emerge in the zine: a reflection of the Filipina/o American community in the US and a connection between the history and conditions of the Philippines to the Filipina/o diaspora in the United States. These themes ultimately led to a retelling of the Filipina/o experience, transforming .45 Kaliber Proof into a tool to subvert the current hegemonic culture in the Philippines and the US.

Affiliations: 1: University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, Mānoa, hi, USA, mortel@hawaii.edu

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