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Youth SONA: Kulasas share why it's important and what it means to them.
Yesterday morning, St. Scholastica's College, Manila, in partnership with the Office of Senator Risa Hontiveros and with Millennials Against Dictators (MAD), invited students to join the Youth SONA from 8:00am -12:00 noon. It's a gathering of 1,000 young people from different backgrounds in ...
 
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Here are some things they want us to remember, Candy Girls.
The youth is, no doubt, the hope of the future. This is why we're happy that more and more teens are doing great things to have their voices heard, especially in these troubled times, and change the world little by little as a ...
 
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"Rallying must be normal to you? Or maybe you have been joining rallies already?"
During family gatherings, the elders' favorite appetizer has always been a bowl of questions to the young ones mostly about school strewed with a few questions about who's having romantic affairs already. Their question regarding school always starts with "Where are you ...
 
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Watch her hilarious and inspiring speech!
It's no secret that Pakistani activist and youngest person to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, Malala Yousafzai, is passionate about fighting for women and children's rights. Not even a gunshot to the head could stop her from pushing for girls to have ...
 
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It's a safe space for women of all ages.
Just in time for Women's Month, a group of women have banded together to rally Filipinas and create a safe space where women can talk face-to-face about issues that concern us. We spoke to Mich Dulce, fashion designer, milliner, corsetiere, actress, and ...
 
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Thirteen-year-old student Shibby Lapeña de Guzman pens a powerful piece in the form of two letters.
Despite getting flak for the viral photo of her protesting the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos's burial at the Libingan ng mga Bayani, Shibby Lapeña de Guzman didn't let it silence her. Instead, she used her newfound platform to her advantage by proving ...
 
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Thirteen-year-old student Shibby Lapeña De Guzman pens a powerful piece in the form of two letters.
Shibby Lapeña de Guzman was photographed by The Benildean protesting on the streets with her fellow St. Scholastica classmates. After the photo went viral, she was met with both praises and criticism. In this 2-part feature, she writes letters to show how incredibly important ...
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