Ina Alleco Silverio

Ina is a prolific writer. She is the author of Ka Bel: The Life and Struggle of Crispin Beltran as well as the graphic biography Louie Jalandoni, Revolutionary.

Palestine sa puso

Walang kumplikado sa isyu ng Israel at Palestine. Hangga’t di nagwawakas ang pananakop ng una sa huli, di matatapos ang gulo.

A greening revolution through community empowerment

The success of urban farming is proof that if the support now being given to urban poor communities is practiced a hundred-thousand fold on a national scale and to cover all Filipino farmers, the country will solve its food security issues.

True to himself and others

As a street artist and activist, Pong Para-atman Spongtanyo's work found audiences among the urban poor, street children, commuters on the way to and from work.

Tatay Elmer

He is used to hard work, but he also understands how social injustice and inequalities make it impossible even for those who work hard to improve their own lives.

Ang tunay na #Laboracay

Isinara na nitong April 26 ang buong isla ng Boracay. Sabi ng gobyerno, paglilinis ito sa isla sa loob ng anim na buwan. Mahigit 36,000 manggagawa at malamanggagawa ang apektado. Samantala, isang malaking casino-resort na pag-aari ng dayuhan ang itatayo.

Hush-hush on Prostitution in Tacloban

No one wants to talk about prostitution in Tacloban. Or at least not directly. A year after Typhoon Yolanda hit Eastern Visayas and ravaged Tacloban, the survivors of the disaster are doing their best to survive from day and day and come to terms with the reality that they will not be getting the help […]

One Year After Yolanda in Tacloban and Palo

Life in the Bunk Houses Like so many women in Palo, Anita Navarra, 59, is a Yolanda widow. Her husband Virgilio was killed during the height of the storm, and she was left to fend for herself. She now lives in one of the bunk houses built by the Department of Social Welfare and Development […]