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Kanlungan is a beautiful, touching tribute, “…intended to be a memorial to the transnational people of Philippine ancestry who make up a huge sector of the global healthcare system.”

Project Barkada was formed in New York City, the epicenter of Covid-19 pandemic, during the Spring of 2020 as a way to help those in the community most at risk, working with local businesses to get food and drinks to our front line healthcare providers and people in need. 

RESOURCES

Keeping it 100 is about living our best life, thriving as our most authentic selves, creating change in the world, and being at a 100%. This site provides highly curated resources and events to help you cut through the noise to get you to what truly matters–transformation. joy. radical self care.

From Poor News Network/Prensa POBRE: Healing from Covid19 with Mama Earth Medicine, a virtual teaching by Filipina nurse, reike master, intuitive healing facilitator Sockie Laya Smith. She survived Covid-19 through ‘alternative’ medicine and radical self care at home. Have pen and paper ready.

NEWS & ARTICLES

Coronavirus: Filipino front-line workers pay ultimate price in UK by Ylenia Gostoli, Al Jazeera,

What About Us?: Filipino cruise crews struggle to get home by Ana P Santos, Al Jazeera,

Coronavirus wreaking havoc in UK’s Filipino community by Ben Quinn, The Guardian, 15 April 2020

Covid-19 takes heavy toll on Filipino health care workers, with Nina Martin, PBS NewsHour, 9 May 2020

Covid-19 cases in the Philippines, live infogram from ABS-CBN

RACIAL JUSTICE

Black Women’s Blueprint for black liberation through a feminist lens, envisioning a world where women and girls of African descent are fully EMPOWERED and where gender, race and other disparities are ERASED.

Black Lives Matter was founded in 2013 in response to the acquittal of Trayvon Martin’s murderer. Black Lives Matter Foundation, Inc is a global organization in the US, UK, and Canada, whose mission is to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes.

Proud of and standing with this Philippine man: James Juanillo.

 

Do you have suggestions for resources or actions?  Share them below (in ‘reply’ field) or email us, contact@sari-sari.org, and we’ll put them here.  Thanks.

This page will be updated regularly.  Check back often.

(Non-Philippine allies are welcome and encouraged to sign, share, comment, make an offering… but please mind the intention of this space.)

sun is life

 

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