These art pieces go beyond vandalism and rebellion. With their striking colors, graffiti epigrams paint the plight of society for all to see.
The Ibaloys of Benguet do not believe death to be the end. The spirits of the deceased live on through the Ibaloys’ unwavering dedication to continuing their tradition.
On February 9, 1986, 35 computer technicians working on the snap election tabulation project walked out of their jobs in protest of the discrepancies between their data and what was being reported to the public. This is their story.
Each barista employed at Silingan Coffee has a different and often tragic story to tell.
“Atin ang Kulayaan: Makibeki ngayon, atin ang panahon!” This demand to uphold LGBTQ+ rights and to achieve true freedom is what paused the showers of June. Instead, luminous arrays of colors poured down last June 25 as the Metro Manila Pride March and Festival 2022 enamored the Cultural Center of the Philippines open grounds. With…
While Wikipedia’s online library is extensive, traces of disinformation can still be seen; this is where Wikipedia volunteers step in to save the day.
For Br. Dodo, Br. Mario, and Br. Manny, art allows them to channel inner peace and their passion for positive social change.
Eradicating toxic masculinity in all-boys schools is a crucial step in creating safer spaces for trans women enrolled in these instutitions.
In attempts to acknowledge indigenous dances across the country, many are helping shift our focus away from just the Spanish-influenced folk dances.
In Buddhism, achieving Nirvana emphasizes the value of turning thoughts into actions and constant meditation.