For the indigenous women, this election is a battle for life, dignity, and the defense of the land.
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By MA. NIÑA PAMELA CASTRO and BRYAN EZRA GONZALES OFTEN disenfranchised for reasons ranging from violence to illiteracy, indigenous people (IP) voters last week were given a peek into what hopefully could be more inclusive elections in the future. In Oriental and Occidental Mindoro during the May 9 polls, a pilot initiative to bring polling places […]
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By MIKHAIL FRANZ FLORES
FIRST, the detainees. Then, people with disabilities. Now, indigenous peoples.
The Commission on Elections is getting indigenous peoples (IPs) who are qualified voters to register and vote in next year’s midterm elections.
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Text, photos and video by VINCENT GO
A CULTURAL regeneration program held recently at Manabayukan Village in Capas, Tarlac brought together Aeta communities from several villages in the province to strengthen their cultural bonds and preserve their identity and indigenous way of life.
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THERE’S more about indigenous people than just being relegated to the fringes of society and beneficiaries of the kindness of international organizations.