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Filipino Americans
Mga Pilipinong Amerikano
PhilippinesUnited States
Mapang naghulagway sa mga Pilipino sa Tinípong Bángsà, sumala sa Sensus 2000
Sumada sa kamulupyohan
4.2 milyon (2019)[1]
Mga rehiyon nga adunay daghang kamulupyohan
Kasadpang Estados Unidos, Hawaii, labi na sa kaulohan nga mga dapit ug bisan asa 'niadtong 2010
California1,651,933[2]
Hawaii367,364[2]
Texas194,427[2]
Washington178,300[2]
Nevada169,462[2]
Illinois159,385[2]
New York144,436[2]
Florida143,481[2]
New Jersey129,514[2]
Virginia108,128[2]
Mga Pinulongan
Iningles (Amerikano, Pinoy),[3]
Tinagalog (Filipino),[3][4]
Iniloko, Pangasinan, Kapampangan, Bikol, Binisaya (Sinugboanon, Hiligaynon, Winaray, Tsinabakano), ug uba'ng Mga pinulongan sa Pilipinas[3]
Kinastila, Intsik (Minnan ug Fujien)[5][6]
Mga Pagtuo
65% Katoliko
21% Protestantismo
8% Wala'y Relihiyon
1% Budismo[7]
Adunay kalabotan nga pundok-etiko
Mga Pilipinhon sa gawas-nasud
Pilipinhong Awstralyanhon

Ang sinultiang Pilipinong Amerikano, Pilipino-Amerikanhon kun Pilipinhon–Estadounidense (sa Iningles; Fil-Am kun Filipino American)[8] mahimong magtumong sa mosunod:

  • Pilipinhon nga gihimugso sa Tinípong Bángsà (United States oUS);
  • Pilipinhon nga gihimugso sa mga yutang-sakop sa US, lakip na ang Puerto Rico;
  • Pilipinhon nga nagbag-o sa ilahang pagkalungsoranon ngadto sa pagka-Amerikano ug sa ulahi mipili sa pagpasig-uli sa pagka-Pilipino pinaagi sa pagbawi/pagkab-ot niini (Petition for Re-Acquisition/Retention of Philippine Citizenship);
  • Pilipinhon nga aduna'y mga ginikanan nga Amerikano ug Pinoy;
  • Pilipinhon nga aduna'y Filipino-American o Fil-Am nga ginikanan;
  • Binugtong nga aduna'y duha ka pagkalungsoranon (dual citizenship) sa Nasodnong Amerika ug Pilipinas)
  • Amerikanhon nga nanag-iyahan og pagkalungsoranon sa Pilipinas subay sa mga gituyo sa pamalaod sa Pilipinas.

Kapanahonan[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Ang mga Pilipino mao ang unang mga Asyanhong mulupyo sa Amihanang Amerika. Ang unang etikong pundok miabot 'niadtong 1587. Una silang nanimuyo sa Morro Bay, California ug unya sa ulahi mga 1763 sa Louisiana, sa dihang nag-alagad sila sa usa ka gubat 'niadtong 1812. Ginatawag sila isip mga Manilamen ug daghan kanila nagbuhat isip mga kawboy ug mga ranso. Daghang mga Pilipino nga mibalhin 'niadtong panahona ang mianhi sa Amerika tungod sa Tratado sa Paris (1898).

Niadtong 1904, ang kagamhanan sa Amerika nagdala og katawhang Pilipino sa Amerika. Niadtong napuloan-1920, daghang mga Pilipino ang milalin sa Amerika. Mianhi sila ingong dili hanas nga mga trabahante ug mibalhin alang sa ilahang mga bánay balik sa ilang balay.

Human nahimong makinaugalingon ang Pilipinas, daghan na ang mga Pilipino sa Amerika. Nahimo silang mga lungsuranon ug nagbuhat isip mga nars, magtutudlo, magtatambal, ug manlalaban dinhi.

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Kapistahan[usba | usba ang wikitext]

Pilipinong pangsaulog sa Tinipong Bansa
Adlaw Ngalan Dapit
Enero Winter Sinulog[9] Philadelphia
Abril PhilFest[10] Tampa, Florida
Mayo Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Tibuok Nasod
Mayo Asian Heritage Festival[11] New Orleans
Mayo Filipino Fiesta and Parade[12] Honolulu
Mayo FAAPI Mother's Day[13] Philadelphia
Mayo Flores de Mayo[14] Tibuok Nasod
Hunyo Philippine Independence Day Parade Dakbayan sa New York
Hunyo Philippine Festival[15] Washington, D.C.
Hunyo Philippine Day Parade[16] Passaic, New Jersey
Hunyo Pista Sa Nayon[17] Vallejo, California
Hunyo New York Filipino Film Festival at The ImaginAsian Theatre Dakbayan sa New York
Hunyo Empire State Building commemorates Philippine Independence[18] Dakbayan sa New York
Hunyo Philippine–American Friendship Day Parade[19] Jersey City, New Jersey
Hunyo 12 Fiesta Filipina[20] San Francisco
Hunyo 12 Philippine Independence Day Tibuok Nasod
Hunyo 19 Jose Rizal's Birthday[21] Tibuok Nasod
Hunyo Pagdiriwang[22] Seattle
Hulyo Fil-Am Friendship Day[23] Virginia Beach, Virginia
Hulyo Pista sa Nayon[24] Seattle
Hulyo Filipino American Friendship Festival[25] San Diego
Hulyo Philippine Weekend[26] Delano, California
Agosto 15 hangtod 16 Philippine American Exposition[27] Los Angeles
Agosto 15 hangtod 16 Annual Philippine Fiesta[28] Secaucus, New Jersey
Agosto Summer Sinulog[29] Philadelphia
Agosto Historic Filipinotown Festival[30] Los Angeles
Agosto Pistahan Festival and Parade[31] San Francisco
Septiyembre 25 Filipino Pride Day[32] Jacksonville, Florida
Septiyembre Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture (FPAC)[33] Los Angeles
Septiyembre AdoboFest[34] Chicago
Oktubre Filipino American History Month Tibuok Nasod
Oktubre Filipino American Arts and Culture Festival (FilAmFest)[35] San Diego
Nobiyembre Chicago Filipino American Film Festival (CFAFF)[36] Chicago
Disyembre 16 hangtod 24 Simbang Gabi Christmas Dawn Masses[37] Tibuok Nasod
Disyembre 25 Pasko Christmas Feast[38] Tibuok Nasod
Disyembre 30 Jose Rizal Day Tibuok Nasod

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