Category Archives: Philippines

Finishing with the KMU Integ

Back at the hq – had cake – lit up the cake – sang for Marvin – assessed to date. Daeniel

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Thirst & the Need for More.

It was the crack of dawn and I haven’t been able to write about my experience in Payatas. First off, I just wanted to explain what we were doing in Payatas was that we were joining Kabataan Partylist in their … Continue reading

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Rainbow Bagsak’s and…

On reflections These komrades are the reason why we join the movement. After all of the assessments as an undergrad nothing beats ‘getting to know’ social movements, being able to actually participate in the masses, and looking up to the … Continue reading

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Today’s Medical Mission

If we didn’t show up today the barangays would have had the hardest time accessing adequate healthcare from our own government. This is why the Kabataan Party List organizes in the most impoverished areas. Our knowledgeable staff allows the medical … Continue reading

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Tora Tora the Jeep

I am feeling a little heat exhaustion so I take a nap. I am not sure actually, my meals are consistent, but I think it might be the activities from the night before: We prepare for the propaganda, a rule … Continue reading

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Feelings of Liberation. Reflections of Life.

Almost done with the finishing touches of packing everything I need for the next 4 weeks. I’ve made sure my student status at San Francisco State University is settled for (Hopefully, the beginning of the last) Semester(s) I have. My … Continue reading

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Early Awakening

We are welcomed by some newspapers and online articles about the planned drone strikes by the US especially in the Mindanao regions of the Phils. This reminds me of a small presentation in my comparative politics class, on how they … Continue reading

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