by: Kizza Marru Samperoy Maraming bagay ang hindi magawang ipaliwanag kahit pa ng siyensiya, Kagaya ng kung paanong nagkaroon ng Adan at Eba,
by: Kizza Marru Samperoy I swallowed the lump that has been a lost man who decided to camp in my throat, I was this child who struggled to survive a storm with my little boat,
by: Lucille Jan Golilao Being white does not decide my heart, Being brown does not make up my mind, Being black does not determine who I am, ‘cause the colors don’t define me.
by: Karen Rose Tawas Sinubukan kong sukatin ang lebel ko bilang tao, Kung saan ba nababagay ang tulad ko sa mundo Nagbasa ng dyaryo, pati libro. Naghanap sa internet, pakikinig sa guro tuwing history at diskurso.
by: Caitlin Beatrice Bodiola “Once poverty is gone, we’ll need to build museums to display its horror to future generations. They’ll wonder why poverty continued so long in human society—how few people could live in luxury while billions dwelt in misery, deprivation & despair.” –Muhammad Yunnus
by: Joseph Henry Nebres The Human Immunodeficiency Virus and the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome or most commonly known as HIV/AIDS is one of the most common and most alarming issue of today and it is also one of the neglected topics. Based on the reports there are about 33 cases of HIV/AIDS recorded each day…
by: Sheila Mae Supiter “Why am I different? Why am I a laughing stock? Why does it feel like the norms which I grew up doing are taboos for these city kids? JUDGMENT lingers day by day across those hypercritical orbs. So sharp that it digs hole on my back”