July 20, 2023
The Marcoses personify the worst aspects of Philippine politics. And Marcos Jr is levelling up these anti-democratic features in the 21st century.
November 30, 2022
We celebrate Bonifacio’s life by emulating what he has done for the country. As teachers, it is our task to teach what heroes like Bonifacio have contributed for the country.
October 8, 2022
The first 100 days are arguably the most crucial moment to make a break from the past – not just from the past administration but from poverty, inequality and underdevelopment. The Marcos Jr administration failed to do anything with this moment and, if anything, confirmed that it is unable to even imagine any real fundamental change.
September 23, 2022
September 22, 2022
The gall to talk about ‘historical injustice’ and ‘inequalities and inequities’ is however exceptional
May 29, 2022
Filipinos are known for being ‘resilient’ that once we ‘move on’ from bad experiences we also forgive and forget over time. Or do we just tend to do this as defense mechanism in order to survive as a people who have gone through really bad times?
May 25, 2022
Filipino educators join the mounting calls of concerned citizens, communities and people’s organizations for the COMELEC to not dismiss and instead to seriously investigate reports of fraud, disinformation, disenfranchisement, and vote-buying in the 2022 national elections.
May 19, 2022
We are seeing so-called writers being paid to weave lies, peddle a revised version of history, and shape a generation of mindless and uncritical citizens who shall forget their history lessons and shall have a distorted sense of democracy. And there is no solidarity between these so-called writers and the basic masses – there is only treachery.
April 9, 2022
The May 2022 national elections are a month away. Who among the leading presidential candidates will most likely bring into office the age-old political sin of the 21st century problem of massive disinformation?