[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
Youth-student organization Anakbayan hold’s the founding assembly of their Toronto chapter to advance the people’s struggle of the Philippines A message from Anakbayan Toronto Organizing Committee: In the spirit of the youth revolutionaries of Bonifacio and the pre-Martial Law youth organization of Kabataang Makabayan, the Anakbayan Toronto Organizing Committee warmly invites all our allies, other … Continue reading Lumalakas! Lumalawak! Lumalaban!
Here’s an event being co-organized by Migrante Canada. FILM SCREENING: “THE END OF IMMIGRATION?” Saturday, October 20, 2012 6:30 p.m. Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), Room 5-150 252 Bloor St. West (@ Bedford Rd.) (map) Free event | Donations welcome.DIRECTOR: Marie Boti and Malcolm Guy || 2012 | 52mins | English/French subtitled | … Continue reading Film Screening: “The End of Immigration?”
ANAKBAYAN-TORONTO events in October 2012! Some FB event pages for the next couple weeks: Oct 3, 630p: Operation Lifeboat: Linking Canada and The Philippines via (Un)Natural Disasters Oct 2-19: Free Public Exhibition @ York University: From Martial Law to Today, Human Rights in the Philippines Oct 16, 6p: Human Rights in the Philippines: A Continuing Struggle