‘Alas ng Bayan’ – a fraction of contribution

2020-03-06T17:48:21+08:00

By Caysel Amita E. Ercilla, student, Polytechnic University of the Philippines History has an array of telling the story of mother nature, unsung heroines, and how these things are deeply interwoven. Perhaps mother nature and our heroines are never too apart or different, both are homes to newborns and new battles. With the collaboration of the aforementioned bodies combined with an astonishing artist, Alas ng Bayan was made possible. An exhibit shedding light on Filipina heroines and the legacy they engraved on the soils of this very country, stories which are often forgotten by the citizens now. The three organizations, [...]