Broadcast journalists Karen Davila and Henry Omaga-Diaz will revisit the most heart-tugging stories featured in the advocacy program “Krusada” in 2011 this Thursday (Jan 5).
Karen and Henry will check if there have been improvements in the health and children’s rights issues they tackled in the program, as well as Tina Monzon-Palma’s fight for the rights of kids who are victims of child abuse. Also to be reviewed in the episode are Bernadette Sembrano’s crusade for teachers’ proper employment benefits and Ces Orena-Drilon’s campaign for military families and women’s reproductive health.
After a year of pushing for their own advocacies in “Krusada,” ABS-CBN’s veteran journalists such as ‘Kabayan’ Noli de Castro, Ted Failon, Julius Babao, Gus Abelgas, Lynda Jumilla, Tony Velasquez, and Dyan Castillejo have demonstrated that besides reporting, they can take a stand and act on the most pressing issues in the country to become true agents of change.
True public service is propelled by action, not merely words. Don’t miss the special episode of “Krusada” this Thursday (Jan 5) after “Bandila” on ABS-CBN, or watch it earlier on DZMM TeleRadyo (SkyCable ch. 26) 9:15 PM.
Amidst festive gatherings and gift-giving during the holiday season, broadcast journalist Henry Omaga-Diaz will explore how homeless children and young cancer patients celebrate Christmas this Thursday (Dec 29) in “Krusada.”
In the current affairs program’s Christmas special, Henry will throw a special party for the indigent kids of the Center for Health Improvement and Life Development (CHILD Haus) and Grace Christian Mission.
Meet the benevolent people who look after the shelters’ kids, including successful hairdresser and make-up artist Ricky Reyes, who put up CHILD Haus and has pleaded help from civic organizations in behalf of the children.
Through the episode, Henry hopes to remind the viewers why we celebrate the holidays – the birth of the savior Jesus Christ and sharing one’s blessings with less fortunate people.
Because it takes more than words to make a stand, listen and be one with Henry’s crusade this Thursday (Dec 29) after “Bandila” on ABS-CBN after “Bandila” on ABS-CBN or watch it earlier on DZMM TeleRadyo (SKyCable Channel 26), 9:15 PM.
Calls to amend the Philippine Constitution’s economic provisions have been revived yet again.
Legislators who support Charter change insist that more jobs will be generated when foreigners are allowed to invest in the country, thus facilitating economic growth. However, opponents argue that it will only deter Filipinos from owning their own piece of land.
This Thursday (October 27) in “Krusada,” Henry Omaga-Diaz will probe the proposed constitutional reforms and how they will benefit or burden the common Filipino.
Is it the solution to the country’s major problems, or is it a purely political move?
Because it takes more than words to make a stand, listen, take part and be one with Henry’s crusade this Thursday (October 27) in “Krusada,” after “Bandila” on ABS-CBN, or catch it earlier at 9:15 PM on DZMM TeleRadyo (SkyCable channel 26)