Vox Populi, Vox Dei: It’s ‘Anti-Freedom Bill’

Many of us do want to live in peace and freedom, but not all are willing to fight for it.

Many stayed silent and neutral, but these people chose to fight against a fascist government.

There’s no better way to commemorate the Philippine Independence Day than a protest against a bill that would allow the government to legalize their lawlessness.

Activism is not terrorism, it is a legacy from our national heroes who offered their lives for freedom.

[Entry 317, The SubSelfie Blog]

About the Author:

Anjo Lapresca is UP Fine Arts alumnus who became a freelance commercial photographer and director seeking contribution to the community of journalists through images and stories.

Anjo’s works mainly focus on environmental portrait photography.
Also works as partner / photographer at Alivve Studios production house.

A musician and a humanitarian.

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Activism is not terrorism, it is a legacy from our national heroes who offered their lives for freedom.

[Entry 317, The SubSelfie Blog]

About the Author:

Anjo Lapresca is UP Fine Arts alumnus who became a freelance commercial photographer and director seeking contribution to the community of journalists through images and stories.

Anjo’s works mainly focus on environmental portrait photography.
Also works as partner / photographer at Alivve Studios production house.

A musician and a humanitarian.

Latest Posts

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There’s no better way to commemorate the Philippine Independence Day than a protest against a bill that would allow the government to legalize their lawlessness.

Activism is not terrorism, it is a legacy from our national heroes who offered their lives for freedom.

[Entry 317, The SubSelfie Blog]

About the Author:

Anjo Lapresca is UP Fine Arts alumnus who became a freelance commercial photographer and director seeking contribution to the community of journalists through images and stories.

Anjo’s works mainly focus on environmental portrait photography.
Also works as partner / photographer at Alivve Studios production house.

A musician and a humanitarian.

Latest Posts

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