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The HAPI Reading Room Takes Off

By Contributor / December 6, 2022 / 0 Comments

The HAPI Reading Room Takes Off By Angie Driskell HAPI Junior Ambassador As the year comes to an end, the HAPI Alabang team, with the guidance of HAPI Junior, has started to conduct learning sessions at the HAPI Reading Room in Alabang. The location serves as a place for the children to learn about humanist […]

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Cebu City: The Philippines’ First Capital

By Contributor / December 5, 2022 / 0 Comments

Cebu City: The Philippines’ First Capital By Kryshia Gayle Solon HAPI Scholar Before Metro Manila became the nation’s central hub for politics, commerce, and industrialization, there was Cebu City. The Queen City of the South is one of the most pivotal islands in the history of the Philippines as it is where Magellan first set […]

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HAPI Bacolod: Empowered to Lead

By Contributor / November 28, 2022 / 0 Comments

HAPI Bacolod: Empowered to Lead By Glemir Sordilla HAPI-Bacolod Member | HAPI Scholar   “We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build the youth for the future.” – Eleanor Roosevelt Humanist Alliance Philippines, International (HAPI) was proudly represented in the recently commenced three-day training Youth Leadership for Democracy (YouthLed) last […]

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The Sad History of Joan of Arc

By Contributor / November 23, 2022 / 0 Comments

The Sad History of Joan of Arc By Kryshia Gayle Solon HAPI Scholar The story of Joan of Arc has been told time and time again throughout history. Joan is known as a woman who led the French army to victory against the English and saved France from being conquered. But how much of this […]

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The Ugly in Pretty Privilege

By Contributor / November 18, 2022 / 0 Comments

The Ugly in Pretty Privilege By Kryshia Gayle Solon HAPI Scholar Each of us has experienced privilege in one way or another. Privilege is simply an advantage that some individuals have over others due to factors such as social class, race, or gender. We often think of privilege as a negative thing because it unfairly […]

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HAPI Hallowfest: A Children’s Halloween Celebration

By Contributor / November 15, 2022 / 0 Comments

HAPI Hallowfest: A Children’s Halloween Celebration By Shawn Evans Quiming HAPI Scholar Once more, trick or treating with the HAPI Kids is in order! The HAPI Bulacan children gathered at the Headquarters last November 6, 2022 for the annual Halloween party. The occasion was celebrated through a remarkable costume exhibition that highlighted children’s creativity. The […]

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Abhorrence Borne from Ignorance

By Contributor / November 12, 2022 / 0 Comments

Abhorrence Borne from Ignorance By Edgar Louis de Gracia HAPI Scholar Racism and discrimination are two of the most blatant forms of bigotry. They are words that have been used to discriminate against certain groups of people for centuries, and they still occur today. What are these two terms, and how are they different? How […]

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A Glimpse of the Philippines’ Education Crisis

By Contributor / November 4, 2022 / 0 Comments

A Glimpse of the Philippines’ Education Crisis By Joshua Villalobos Member, HAPI-Bacolod | HAPI Scholar November 2022, Bacolod City, Philippines – A few days ago, on a break in the middle of a discussion on climate change and just transition, I happened to talk to one of my friends who is taking up a degree […]

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HAPI-Zambales Launches Two Feeding Programs

By Contributor / November 3, 2022 / 0 Comments

HAPI-Zambales Launches Two Feeding Programs By Angie Driskell Ambassador, HAPI Junior The HAPI-Zambales team is known for its bread-giving projects and feeding programs at local hospitals. Recently, they broke out of their routine and decided to reach out to a specific community. On October 9, 2022, in partnership with Atty. Tyrus Joshua Macaraeg and with […]

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Celebrate Halloween: The HAPI Way

By Contributor / November 2, 2022 / 0 Comments

Celebrate Halloween: The HAPI Way By Glemir Sordilla HAPI Scholar | Member, HAPI-Bacolod “There is a child in every one of us who is still a trick-or-treater looking for a brightly lit front porch” – Robert Brault The Filipino Halloween experience involves watching scary movies, lighting candles for our relatives who passed away, and eating […]

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