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A wakeful window

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I am from the rough-hewn earthen water jug

I am from the rough-hewn earthen water jug with the broken handle, from scuttling fiddler crabs and cloudy coconut vinegar stored in recycled whiskey bottles. … Read More»

May Day in May

When the hotline rang that early May morning, the half-awake volunteer on the dawn shift would recall that she was half-expecting another of those prank calls hounding the confidential shelter somewhe … Read More»

The Soldiers Have Come to Town

I did hear it right over the airwaves six months ago. … Read More»

Fathers as child-carers in evacuee camps

In 2008, negotiations between the Philippine government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front reached an impasse, triggering clashes between the government troops and the rebels. … Read More»

Snapshots from Hope

Towards the end of 2013, I was part of the community at the House of Hope Foundation, Inc. in Mindanao, Philippines. I stayed there till February this year. … Read More»

Regarding the Pain of Others As Well As Our Own (An Open Letter on Safety and Well-being Among Media Workers)

(Linda Bansil, 33, is a citizen journalist and filmmaker who, together with her sister, Nadjoua, 35, was abducted by the infamous Abu Sayyaf w … Read More»

Little Fisher Girls

Against the black sky and black sea, whirls of light are slowly moving in towards the shore. “Here they come,” Trinidad Marquez,12, whispers to me. … Read More»

A Hundred Thousand Coffee Seedlings for Just Change

“This is home,” Athena Banza tells me as the pick-up we are riding in passes a big pool full of water hyacinths. … Read More»

Querring (in) the Philippine Media

A few years ago, I wrote about a young lesbian. I thought it was a simple story of a young girl discovering an aspect of her own sexuality in the shadow of Islam but it became contentious. … Read More»

Trees are my nearest neighbors

Dear Delphine, Where I live now, trees are my nearest neighbors. From my one-room sanctuary on the second floor of a squat building near the river, I wake up always to an exuberance of leaves. … Read More»

At the future's edge, a bounty of voices

Already, World Pulse has become my wakeful window. Here, the world opens to me more generously now, allowing me to see the previously unseen. … Read More»

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