San Juan, Prieto-Diaz village chief to donate lot to indigent family

San Juan, Prieto-Diaz village chief to donate lot to indigent family

  “Empathy is simply listening, holding space, withholding judgment, emotionally connecting, and communicating that incredibly healing message of you’re not alone.” Brene Brown   Dárlán Páléncìá Bárcélón           www.philexaminer.com   San ...

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Prieto-Diaz, Sorsogon: Lady public school teacher applies the praxes of innovative learning philosophy in teaching and altruism

Prieto-Diaz, Sorsogon: Lady public school teacher applies the praxes of innovative learning philosophy in teaching and altruism

  She loves colors. Her favorite is Pink. The spiritual color that continues to inspire the unfathomable passion of teaching and educating the pupils of Calao Elementary School about the values of education and the zeal of universal love of ...

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The Theology of Domestic Violence against Women and Children in Bicolano homes

The Theology of Domestic Violence against Women and Children in Bicolano homes

Dárlán Páléncìá Bárcélón    www.philexaminer.com   Gender-based violence is one of the most pervasive and yet less-recognized human right abuses in the world.   Legazpi City, [12.27.17]  –  As we attempt to highlight the breadth ...

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The Journey of the powerless Aetas of San Isidro

The Journey of the powerless Aetas of San Isidro

Feature Story   Andy Mádrigáléjó and Dárlán Páléncìá Bárcélón   www.philexaminer.com   Mining, deforestation,  illegal logging and slash-and-burn farming has caused the indigenous population in the country to steadily decrease to ...

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“Kian’s death should jolt us to reaffirm rule of law primacy”

“Kian’s death should jolt us to reaffirm rule of law primacy”

  Rey Anthony Ostria   www.philexaminer.com     Legazpi City, [08.25.17] – In order to uphold the rule of law and due process in the country, the government has to rethink its anti-drug campaign methods, which have been proven to ...

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Bunang and the Pulahanes

Bunang and the Pulahanes

  Pedro Cabrales “SHE MUST have been a good-looking lady with Spanish-mestiza features, a great and wonderful person, who was one of the important leaders of the Pulahan Movement in Samar during the period of American occupation in the country.”

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