image1; Giselle Tongi Fil_Am Arts Donations; BIBAK (Benguet, Ifugao, Bontoc, Apayao, Kalinga) is an acronym for the five major hill-tribes, indigenous to the Cordillera Region of Northern Luzon, Philippines â€”its peoples collectively known as Igorots (translated as â€œof or from the mountainâ€). BIBAK Los Angeles was formed in the 1960s as a community support and social group for recent immigrants in Southern California. It served as a welcome place to foster camaraderie in a new land, create helpful socialand economic ties, and to provide an environment for the younger generation to learn about traditional cultural practices, language, and arts of the Igorot people. BIBAK Los Angeles is all-inclusive, welcoming anyone who seeks to help build on the Igorot ideal of community and camaraderie.
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