“We’ve got exactly the same monster still in power.”
Identity, I thought to myself then, cannot be encapsulated and consumed. It has to be made.
On July 23, 2018, thousands of Filipinos wiped sweat from their foreheads in Metro Manila’s scorching heat as they marched down a highway in opposition to Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s tyrannical policies.
The pantry welcomed all employees of the unfunded Department of Homeland Security, supplying them with donated groceries, gift cards, and cash.
“'You should be prepared to lose your entire investment... It could at least be fun!'”
“It was mostly bad guys and badder guys. The whole thing had a lot of bad.”