charity

Throwback Thursday: Charity (2011)

https://youtu.be/sMyBEQNyVCY Image Description: A photo of the a bronze statue of a Filipina woman, the bust of her head larger than the background depicting the Philippine Revolution. The words at the top read: “Tandang Sora Memorial Shrine at Himlayang Pilipino, Quezon City, Philippines”. The title reads “Charity”. The website addresses are “Lukayo.com” and “www.patreon.com/lukayo”. Content Warning: […]

Troubleshoot Tuesday: The Place of Rage

Image Description: A cellphone with a giant angry emoji/emoticon on the screen, lying on top of a wooden surface. Transcript:  Mabuhay! This Troubleshoot Tuesday, I’m going to briefly talk about what Katherine Cross writes as “call-out culture, purity politics, and the veneration of rage in activist circles” (the link to her article in Feministing is […]

Fresh Friday: Bitoon

Before the word “trauma” was taken from the Greeks By the English and brought to Luzon and Bisayan shores via American false promises of salvation My people knew it already In the stories of creation I knew it already In the rhythm of my family’s name When I listen to these social workers and doctors […]

Update: Still Chronically Ill

Hello folks, I want to apologize that I haven’t been keeping up with this website and Patreon due to increasing chronic illness and disability, and that I am packing up and moving from Tkaronto/Toronto back to Odaawaa/Ottawa in the next two months. The good news is that I found a lot of old art, poetry, […]

Direct Action

Workshop Wednesday (Pt 3): Direct Action

This is a visual tool that gives the basic outline and/or check-list on putting together a direct action. Though direct actions can be violent (such as sabotage and property destruction) and non-violent (such as strikes, sit-ins, and blockades), the goal is always to stop, change, or reveal an oppressive institutional mechanism. This tool is best […]