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This is a quick quarter size read written by Sam Caparoso. Sam reflects on different Tagalog phrases said to them growing up and how they continue to resonate with them currently. This zine takes you on a mini journey back in time to being a child and then back to the present to remember how those seemingly insignificant moments shape you. As Sam decolonizes their memories in brief paragraphs you begin to understand what it means to grow up with brown elders. "I hope my words, in this small, 14 page zine evokes a story the resonates one of your own, but more importantly I hope to bring new insights on you-pilipinx andnon-pilipinxs alike-on some of the ways that upbringing has led me to decolonize."

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