Not an Armchair General

Posted by admin | Posted on January 25, 2016
 

5th Annual International Day of Protest Against Hereditary Religion – January 23, 2016

 
Our very own HAPI Chairperson based in NYC, USA joined this event.

” In our own little way, we are creating a dent in the religious landscape in the Philippines, the next generations to come will prefer computers to bibles.”  according to Marissa Torres Langseth  aka ms M

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