All posts by Maria Diosa Labiste

The woman question in Occupy Pandi

by Maria Diosa Labiste Kadamay members on the eve of the May 1 Labor Day march. There’s an unexplored gender dimension in the occupation movement in Pandi, Bulacan that could partly explain why majority of […]

Mothers and widows on the warpath against Duterte’s ‘drug war’

Gemma, grandmother of 12 year-old Kristine Joy Sailog mourns during a funeral service inside the church  in Binan Laguna, Thursday December 29, 2016. Kristine Joy died after a stray bullet pierced her heart Wednesday night […]

“We were warned, things were explained to us; nevertheless we persisted”

This social news site emerged out of despair by some writers, feminists, activists and, (as they call themselves), witches rolled into one. Some months ago, a news site where we honed our skills as writers […]