Posts Tagged ‘Food Not Bombs’
Monday, September 25th, 2017
Remembering this day Sept.21, one of the horrific and tragic moment happened in the history of the Philippines. Martial Law was declared by President Marcos to suppress and repress most of the people. Rampant violence, forced disappearance, arrest, killings and torture experienced by dissidents and common people who are criticizing the authoritarian regime at that time.
Today, Duterte’s administration was also following the path for being a totalitarian and a fascist by putting people’s lives on his own hands defying constitutional and human rights. Declaring Martial Law in Mindanao and instigating War on Drugs policy by killings thousands of poor people. This regime are misleading the people by their fake news by putting their effort on drug related issue to stop criminality and not confronting the real problem of the society, that social injustice like poverty, no job opportunity, no social welfare, forced displacement are the main cause and this injustices are already violence. (more…)
Sunday, November 27th, 2016
Bulacan is one of the major industrial and agricultural center. It is strategically located between the commercial center of Manila and the industrial and trading centers of Northern Luzon. One of the traditional rice granary of the Philippines. Despite the great challenge posed by El Niño on agriculture, this province pulled off a bountiful harvest that has propelled it to being recognized by the Department of Agriculture as a Hall of Famer in the Agri-Pinoy Rice Achievers Award.
All of a sudden this claim progressively changing due to land conversion for real estate development, mall culture and consumerism. The food production in this area are now getting low because vast agricultural land are now becoming a low-cost housing project, supermarkets and malls. (more…)
Monday, March 28th, 2016
We just collectively organized recently a one week event called “Equality Fest” March 6, 2016- March 13, 2016. This event was our solidarity activities in celebration of women’s month. There was a book launched/discussion and presentation about Anarcha-Feminists in the Philippines, there were also art exhibition, film screening, skill-sharing/workshops, free market and Food Not Bombs, interpretative dance and gig.
The Anarcha-Feminists in the Philippines Book was made by three entities, Mobile Anarchist School Project who conceptualize the book making project, Die Media who made the research studies, Etniko Bandido Infoshop who print and publish the book in English. (more…)
Tuesday, November 24th, 2015
Local Autonomous Network or LAN is a network of autonomous activists and anarchists that has multiple activities in relation to their various campaigns and initiatives. Most of the affiliated activists whether groups or collectives are active since 1990s which sustained activities such as skills and information sharing through independent publications, video and audio/music recording, workshops, forums and conferences. Urban gardening and application of solar generator system in households and art workshops are one among consistent interests of the activists that are being implemented, improved and shared to their immediate communities. LAN has hosts of network from Manila South to North and nearby provinces of Cavite and Bulacan (Sapang-Palay and Baliwag). During early processes of LANS’s formation autonomous activists from Davao and Leyte were present and actively participated the activities and discussions.
Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013
Read #1 here.
As the campaign period for the May 13 polls heated up on its last day on Saturday, cab driver told that, “I am not excited to vote. Every three years, I keep hearing the same promises from the same people, who keep breaking their promises every two years. Old and new politicians are alike. They want to remain in power forever. They don’t serve the people.” (more…)
Friday, April 12th, 2013
ECO CAMP BACKGROUND
Eco-Camp is an activity organized by Mobile Anarchist School with the help by Local Autonomous Network (LAN) both active in the Philippines. Last April 2012 was the first camping held in Tanay Rizal, Philippines. It was attended by various collectives and individuals totaling around 40 people who participated the various activities and discussions in the camp. The objective of the eco-camp was to discuss the different issues confronting our current society and to find solidarity actions that can help expose and popularize our issues.
After series of activities in 2012, the LAN decided to expand its activities on ecological issues due to concrete manifestation of the crisis impacting the archipelago.
The second eco-camp gathering was organized by LAN and the Mobile Anarchist School in March 2013 to heighten our education campaign and to strengthen the relationship with other affinity groups and build an international network better able to work towards intensifying our impact by making solidarity actions globally. (more…)
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Posted in Eco Struggle
Wednesday, February 6th, 2013
ANARCHISM: ECOLOGICAL CRISES; CLIMATE CHANGE & DIRECT-ACTION
[Black and Green Forum]
Third World Studies Center, Lower Ground Floor, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, Palma Hall, University of the Philippines-Diliman
Thursday, 7 March 2013, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
12:30pm – 1:00pm = Registration
1:00pm – 1:05pm = Welcome Remarks; Maria Ela L. Atienza Director; Third World Studies Center, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines- Diliman
1:05pm – 1:10pm = Introduction of the Speakers; Arnisson Andrei Ortega; PhD Assistant Professor Department of Sociology, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines- Diliman
1:10pm – 1:25pm = Bas Umali (Philippines); Local Autonomous Network/Mobile Anarchist School Project/Indokumentado Production
1:25pm – 1:45pm = Keith Mc Henry (US); Co-founder of Food not Bombs
1:45pm – 2:00pm = Bert Peeters (Belgium); Permaculture Designer/Consultant of Cabiokid Foundation
2:00pm – 2:20pm = Takuro Higuchi (Japan); Author
“Creative Space- Art and Spatial Resistance in Asia”
2:20pm – 2:55pm = Open forum
2:55pm – 3:00pm = Synthesis; Dr. Filomin C. Gutierrez, PhD (TBC) Associate Professor Department of Sociology, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy-University of the Philippines-Diliman