“Without a doubt, oppressors are shaken by her voice. When Nanay Mameng speaks, everyone listens.”
Photo by Clemente Bautista
Lunar eclipse as seen in Alfonso, Cavite around 7:20 p.m today, May 26, 2021. Photos by JM Abcede.
“We are more than just death statistics. We are your children, your siblings, your friends, your family. We are your fellow Filipinos, who deserve love, kindness, justice, and dignity.”
Junjie Bangkiao and Ebeng Mayor are but two of the too many Filipino LGBTQIA+ community members who have experienced hate crimes in the country.
Peasant advocates biked their way to Department of Agriculture today to press for food self-sufficiency and to call for justice for peasant leader Joseph Canlas.
“With many considering the next national elections as a make-or-break scenario for the Philippines, it is thus crucial to make sure that the right to vote is exercised properly and that clean and fair polls have to be observed as best as possible. “
“If they can’t adhere to the most basic operational and security hygiene, how can they be trusted with handling the data of millions of Filipinos?”
Ang Pahayagang Plaridel expressed that BayLayn 2021 is aimed at honing and expanding the awareness of student journalists in the country by discussing issues related to critical and active journalism.
Former Supreme Court Justice Antonio Carpio said that Filipinos deserve and should demand a president who puts Filipinos first and foremost and who’s willing to defend the Philippine sovereignty.