Philippines. Etniko Bandido Infoshop and Community Resource Center
A laboratory for liberational project and ideas. Etniko Bandido Infoshop became a venue for different kind of community event and hosting activities such as workshop, film screening, exhibition, meetings, mini-concert other social gathering etc. Our dedication and passion on community-centered projects and values-oriented initiative will continue. Promoting anti-authoritarian, mutual-aid, voluntary-cooperation, horizontalism and culture of Sharing.
Continue reading Etniko Bandido Infoschop: 11th Years of Existence [Philippines]
A certain narrative suggests that Rodrigo Duterte, the sitting president of the Philippines, is incompetent in addressing the covid-19 pandemic.
Continue reading Duterte is not incompetent: Power in Pandemiya [Philippines]
Manila. Philippines. A peaceful and creative event in protest against police killings and oppression.
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Pasig. Philippines. In one month of Community Pantry Mutual Aid initiatives, we proudly created a bond and a network of community Pantry organizers here in the municipality of Pasig dedicated to support their communities in this time of Pandemic crisis. A friendship, camaraderie and togetherness bloom in difficult times and despair.
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Philippines. We are on our 10th days straight now of our Mutual Aid initiatives called “Buting Community Free Shop and Pantry” providing grocery goods, vegetables and foods to our neighborhood. At this day, we managed to repack for 140 people.
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Philippines. It’s hard to track how time flows in the quarantine. Events that happened long ago felt like they just happened yesterday, or the day before that. Meanwhile, the cries and calls of the last May Day still feel as fresh and ripe, as if the sun has set only once this past year. We can see why that is the case anyway. We still face the same issues. We still reject the repression forced onto us. We still reject the same impunity that continues to be strengthened by those in power, all while we are facing a crisis and threat to our own health.
Continue reading Philippines: On May Day Eve
Philippines. It has been a year now; people are still struggling economically specially the marginalized community. The government has no clear plan and support to those people in needs.
Continue reading “Mutual Aid Not Charity in the Philippines March 2021” Supporting Tricycle Drivers and Operators
Philippines. An autonomous project promoting decentralized and self-manageable mobile Solar power Tekpak.
Continue reading Philippines: A Call for Solidarity Funds – Solar Power Autonomous Mobile Tekpak
Philippines. These universities are not alone. In fact, this struggle for our lives, for our freedom to dictate our destiny, is the struggle of every student, in every institution across the archipelago! All schools, colleges, and universities have their own versions of our very native concept of bayanihan, that entails a camaraderie and solidarity where no one will be left behind. It is in our values and in our history that we can learn what it takes to take our liberty now.
Continue reading #Philippines: Students Lead the Militancy!
The Commoner talks to Cris at the Bandido Infoshop, a radical space bringing anarchism to Pasig, the Philippines.
Continue reading #Philippines: Spreading Kapwa-Tulungan – An Interview with the Etniko Bandido Infoshop