We have a thriving history of collective struggle fueled by mass-based organizations and the broad marginalized masses. If we take a moment to reflect on this struggle, historical accounts will prove that we as a nation are capable of reshaping our political and cultural state by means of mobilizations and resistance.
Author Archives: Jefferson Lyndon D. Ragragio
Let us continue to remember and embrace the struggles of the indigenous peoples. Let us continue to learn from them, and whenever possible, live with them.
With over 3.9 million Facebook “likes” (as of August 19, 2016) for her blog, Mocha Uson is a self-evident popular character in Philippine entertainment industry.
The recent atrocious attacks in the European and Middle Eastern territories have caused the rise of oppositional sentiments in the…
The symbolic turnover of the presidential power from Aquino III to Duterte last June 30 has been sealed and is now marked with actuality.
The artworks paved the way for the political prisoners to challenge the dominance of the State by putting forward a collective perennial voice against political sabotage of critical voices in society.
Earlier this month, McDonald’s Philippines released yet another conspicuous video advertisement that seemingly struck an appeal to the youth couples and millenials in general.
The paradoxical disposition of the media to instigate public attention lies in its ability to popularize a social phenomenon.
Guided by scant literature on alternative and critical media, a couple of common keywords constitute the formation of alternative media in the areas of media audience, news themes and issues, and, purpose and functions.
The media workers, notably those immersed in the community media including alternative, grassroots-based and advocacy journalism, are part of the communal force of the working class.