Activists from BAYAN Canada and allies in Toronto peacefully held a silent protest at the Philippine Consulate General Office in preparation for the United People’s State of the Nation Address (SONA) in Toronto on July 21st, 2019. Yesterday, July 19th, 2019, at around 1 PM, the Philippine Consulate office in Toronto, Canada was caught by … Continue reading Filipino and Canadian Youth Denounce Human Rights Violations in the Philippines!
Toronto– Local Filipino youth organization Anakbayan-Toronto and Filipino Canadian Association of Ryerson (FCAR) invites everyone to the third Diwa ng Kasarinlan Spirit of Independence Saturday, July 19th from 1-4pm at Ryerson University Student Campus Centre. Diwa ng Kasarinlan is a free annual celebration of the formation of the Katipunan and its heroes as a way … Continue reading Diwa ng Kasarinlan 2014!
Join us and be part of the Filipino community youth to learn about our culture, history and the legacy of our revolutionary forefathers through music, performances, and interactive education. AnakBayan Toronto (ABT) is an all-youth advocacy group organizing around issues affecting the Filipino community in Canada and the struggle for national democracy in the Philippines. … Continue reading Diwa ng Kasarinlan 2013: Struggles
This is the 2nd of the 6 FREE language classes, coordinated and facilitated by Haniely Pableo, that will teach you how to construct basic sentences and engage in a conversation in Bisaya! In this class, we will focus on: interrogatives, request and command; and basic sentence structure. To enhance your Bisaya vocabulary, you will … Continue reading How to spit FiYah in Bisaya – workshop 2/6
Interested in learning a different language? Want to know more about the Bisaya language? Kamalayan presents “How to Spit FiYAh in Bisaya”!! It is a FREE language class that will teach you how to construct basic sentences and engage in a conversation. The creator and facilitator of this workshop is Haniely Pableo. Poster created by … Continue reading ***How to Spit FiYAh in Bisaya!!***
[FREE History Workshop | Open to All | Space is Limited] Why is Philippine Politics So Corrupt? Why do family dynasties persist in a supposedly democratic, and supposedly independent Philippines? And what does history teach us about the potential for real change? This will be a one hour history talk matched with one hour of … Continue reading SINONG TATAY MO?!? A History of Family Dynasties and Corruption
Toronto—Commemorating Andres Bonifacio Day, fifteen delegates join hands together to formally launch the progressive Filipino youth and student organization Anakbayan-Toronto (AB-T) on December 1st at Ryerson University. Organized to coincide with November 30, a date historically significant to Filipino peoples. It is the birth of the working class revolutionary Andres Bonifacio, whose leadership founded the … Continue reading N30: Filipino Youth found Anakbayan-Toronto