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People's Health Radio

Health and human rights in the Philippines

June 30, 2011
| We revisit the story of the Morong 43, a group of 43 community health workers detained by the Philippine government from February to December of 2010.
Length: 59:06

The USA Manufactured the Arab Spring II

Linked from the original thread here, which was closed for unknown reasons.

The point was raised that it is seemingly illogical for the CIA or their ilk to instigate popular revolution, reason being that its course would be difficult to control. I challenge that notion. To use a narrative from my own story, I draw a parallel to the "People Power" or EDSA Revolutions of 1986 in the Philippines that ousted dictator Ferdinand Marcos.

People's Health Radio

Globalization and Health

May 18, 2011
| An exploration of the impacts of 'globalization' on people's health and community based responses, the case of the Philippines is highlighted.
Length: 1:00:24
Migrant Matters

Philippine elections 2010: Voting amid violence and corruption

August 28, 2010
| An overview of the widespread politcal repression going on throughout the Philippines during the time leading up to the May 2010 general elections.
Length: 38:01
Migrant Matters

Observing elections in the Philippines

August 18, 2010
| International election observer, Stefan Christoff, speaks about Philippine state repression on election day.
Length: 32:51

The Philippine Women Centre of Ontario 10th year anniversary: Maleta Art Exhibit

Sunday, October 10, 2010 - 4:30pm - Saturday, October 30, 2010 - 9:00pm

Location

The Beit Zatoun House
612 Markham Street one block west of Honest Ed's (Bathurst and Bloor)
Toronto, ON M6G 2L8
Canada
Phone: 416-519-2553
43° 39' 53.2584" N, 79° 24' 44.6868" W

This October, Philippine Women Centre of Ontario (PWC-ON) invites everyone to celebrate a decade filled of shared laughter, tears, music and militancy. The round of events will kick off at the opening of the “Maleta” [Suitcase] Art Exhibit on October 10th. “Maleta” is a community-based arts project where members of the community unpack their history of forced migration through collectively-created visual and performance art. The exhibit will be open to the public at the Beit Zatoun House until the end of the month.

Philippine Fiesta!

Saturday, August 14, 2010 - 12:00am - 4:00pm

Location

Vancouver, BC
Canada
49° 14' 54.6828" N, 123° 6' 31.68" W

The PINOY FIESTA 2010 will feature two colorful events:

1) STREET PARADE will start at 32nd Avenue & Fraser Street to St. Patrick Church ground via 16th Avenue

The Parade will have a cultural theme featuring cultures of the various regions in the Philippines such as:

* Ati-Atihan Festival of Aklan
* Dinagyang Festival of Iloilo
* Masskara Festival of Bacolod
* Sinulog Festival of Cebu
* Panagbenga Festival of Baguio
* Kalilangan Festival of Gensan
* and many more

Redeye

Observing the elections in the Philippines

June 16, 2010
| With more than 1,000 political activists killed over the past nine years, local communities in the Philippines requested the presence of international observers during the recent election.
Length: 12:52
rabble radio

#102 - Olympics and epic struggles

March 17, 2010
| Talking election violence in Manila, a little more Olympic activism, fish farming on vacant city land in Toronto, music from Caracol and Alejandra Ribera and who phoned in to rabble radio!
Length: 27:56
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