• Travel to the Philippines and Meet the Real Filipinos. Poverty in Manila. Meet Sheryl and Her Kids

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5a5c5ayUpUDzgejeH1nS9MLL7uqMyerD Click the link to see more videos like this one. Thanks!

    published: 15 Jul 2016
  • We Traveled to Manila Philippines and Saw POVERTY. We Went to Manila Slums and Met Poor Families

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASNhAMo8z_E&list=PL5a5c5ayUpUDzgejeH1nS9MLL7uqMyerD Click the link to see more documentary films like this one. Thanks!! To fight poverty, you have to understand the roots of it. History: Before the Spaniards invaded our motherland, we were living a prosperous and peaceful life. The people were honest and true to their fellow brothers and sisters. We only learned the words crab mentality and corruption when the Spaniards enslaved our people. The Spaniards came to our land with muskets in their right hands and bibles in their left hands. They enslaved, repressed and oppressed our people with brute force and illusion of God's mercy and forgiveness at the same time. Religion: The world is better w/o religions. Faith in different religions caused and con...

    published: 23 Sep 2017
  • Philippines: Deliverance - The Slum (Episode 1)

    Philippines-The Slum - Episode 1: Deliverance As a birth attendant advocating for family planning, Remy is on the frontline of Tondo's battle with overcrowding. Tondo in northern Manila is home to the city's largest collection of slums. It is also one of the most densely populated areas on the planet. Paradise Heights, home to former squatters, is in the heart of Tondo. There, self-taught midwife Remy Permites is delivering new life in the slums. Remy does her work with only the most basic equipment: a stethoscope, a pair of gloves and little else. Though she has little formal training, she plays a crucial role in an area where few can afford to pay for medical care. The slums of Manila are undergoing a population explosion. But Remy has managed to escape the shacks and lives in a smal...

    published: 19 Sep 2014
  • Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet this JUNK Collector Guy. Welcome to Manila Slums. Poverty!

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5a5c5ayUpUDzgejeH1nS9MLL7uqMyerD Click the link to see more videos like this one. Thanks!!

    published: 20 Jun 2017
  • POVERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES | Stories of living on the Streets of Manila |

    POVERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES: POOR, HOMELESS BUT, NOT FORGOTTEN. Unfiltered stories of life on the streets of Manila. Generational poverty, Born into Poverty. My name is Jay and this is my vlog. I wanted to share my experiences of being a Black American living in the Philippines. I'm married to a beautiful Filipina who you will see in my vlogs her name is Kay. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Join us in our mission helping the less fortunate. https://fundrazr.com/e1G0h8?ref=ab_e6Y7v9 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Contact Information for The Black Filipino General Questions for me? - TheBlackFilipino@gmail.com All Business inquiries - KoticWorldEnt@gmail...

    published: 04 Sep 2017
  • Manila Slums: Travel to the Philippines and Meet the Poor. Their Dream is to Have a Television Set

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5a5c5ayUpUDzgejeH1nS9MLL7uqMyerD Click the link to see more videos like this one. Thanks!!

    published: 21 Dec 2016
  • POVERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES IS A SAD REALITY FOR OVER 12 MILLION WOMEN, CHILDREN AND MEN

    POVERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES: Filipinos living in poverty in and around Metro Manila Voice of the Poor Fundraising Campaign: Operation Food & Clothing Join our mission to help others https://fundrazr.com/e1G0h8?ref=ab_e6Y7v9 I have helped many off camera so it is not documented. This is not to glorify myself or show I am the one that originated or created helping the poor. My name is Jay and this is my vlog. I wanted to share my experiences of being a Black American living in the Philippines. I'm married to a beautiful Filipina who you will see in my vlogs her name is Kay. Hope you enjoy the channel because I'm just getting started. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow me on Twitter https://www.twitter.com/BlackFilipi...

    published: 29 Mar 2017
  • Philippines: Turning garbage into food | Global 3000

    Norberto cooks for the residents of "Happyland", a vast slum on the edge of Manila. He gets the meat for his dishes from the garbage dump. Bits of food scraps salvaged after the rich have filled their bellies. More environmental topics: http://www.dw.com/en/tv/global-3000/s-11487

    published: 09 Jan 2017
  • Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet the Roman Catholic Filipinos. Poverty in the Philippines

    Human trafficking is very common in the Philippines. Many grassroots Filipinos sell or give away their kids. Many of them give away their child/children to ease hardships not only for them but also for the child/children. Unfortunately, there are evil ones who take advantage out of the sufferings of the poor and use the child/children to be sold to human traffickers. To fight poverty; first, you must understand the roots of it. History: Before the Spaniards invaded our motherland, we were living a prosperous and peaceful life. The people were honest and true to their fellow brothers and sisters. We only learned the words crab mentality and corruption when the Spaniards enslaved our people. The Spaniards came to our land with muskets in their right hands and bibles in their left hands...

    published: 19 Apr 2017
  • Travel to Asia: Welcome to Manila SLUMS! Poverty in the Philippines. A Young Jeepney Driver

    http://dbate.de/videos/duterte-drogenkrieg-philippinen-webdoku/ My brother and I's interview about the drug war in the Philippines. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQGvXQHJ-C0 My brother and I's interview about the drug war in the Philippines. Youtube upload. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5a5c5ayUpUDzgejeH1nS9MLL7uqMyerD Click the link to see more videos like this one. Thanks!!

    published: 04 Mar 2017
  • Travel to the Philippines and Meet the Poor Old Couple Who Sell Condiments. The Philippine Society

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P21PDyKfCXE&list=PL5a5c5ayUpUDzgejeH1nS9MLL7uqMyerD Click the link to see more films like this one. Thanks!

    published: 30 Oct 2017
  • I-Witness: "Black Manila", a documentary by Howie Severino (full episode)

    Howie Severino tells the stories of residents living and working in the middle of a vast, charcoal-making complex in Tondo. For more eye-opening and thought-provoking documentaries, watch I-Witness every Saturday night after Celebrity Bluff! For more videos and updates from I-Witness, visit: http://gmanetwork.com/iwitnessGMA http://facebook.com/iwitnessGMA http://twitter.com/iwitnessGMA Subscribe to us! http://www.youtube.com/user/GMAPublicAffairs?sub_confirmation=1 Find your favorite GMA Public Affairs and GMA News TV shows online! http://www.gmanews.tv/publicaffairs http://www.gmanews.tv/newstv

    published: 08 May 2014
  • Poverty In Manila Philippines - Babies born on the street

    Poverty In Manila Philippines - Babies born on the street My name is Jay and this is my vlog. I wanted to share my experiences of being a Black American living in the Philippines. I'm married to a beautiful Filipina who you will see in my vlogs her name is Kay. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Contact Information for The Black Filipino General Questions for me? - TheBlackFilipino@gmail.com All Business inquiries - KoticWorldEnt@gmail.com --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Patreon https://www.patreon.com/theblackfilipino --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music credits for this Vlog: Outro p...

    published: 18 Oct 2017
  • A Drive Thru Manila Philippines ~ Riches & Poverty ~ Beautiful Country

    Melanie and I were on a long adventure through the Manila area of the Philippines. During this trip we took various modes of transportation ranging from a bus (van) to a bicycle to a tricycle (moped). I used the time to record all the various scenes we passed along the way. Manila is a city of extremes. It is beautiful and has a certain magnetic draw to it. I fell in love with the city during my stay. But there are both extreme riches and severe poverty - often side by side. Along the water ways you see some shacks and huts that are tiny little homes for entire families who make their living off the water. Driving along the outskirts of the city you see areas that look just like Queens, NY with all the businesses along the road ways. There are also apartment complexes which you can fin...

    published: 22 Sep 2015
  • Rich and poor side by side, the two faces of Manila

    The Philippines : the worst rich-poor divide in Asia. It's one of the biggest rich-poor gaps in the free world.The rich gets richer, the poor gets poorer. On the one side of the video a new $ 400 million entertainment complex has been built for new rich and middle class people.And on the other side few meters separated people living in the garbage.

    published: 23 Feb 2017
  • Go to Manila Philippines and See Poverty. Global Warming, Paris Climate Agreement and Martial Law

    J's comment: Wake up!!! It's not a hero burial!!! Being the Ex- PRESIDENT of the Philippines he could be buried at LIBINGAN NG MGA BAYANI!!! MOVE ON!!! I was born during Martial Law & I could see how great the Philippines before... then now the PHILIPPINES suffered because of the AQUINOS!!! Wake Up Mark My Reply: My father and mother fought for the Filipinos' freedom during the 70's. Many of their fellow revolutionaries were killed by Marcos' controlled police and military. I bet you have no idea how many thousands were killed by the Marcos regime huh? There were no freedom of speech, the media was controlled by the regime and if you got caught talking bad things about the regime, you are toast. Yeah, go back to a time where everyone regardless of age are not allowed to be on the street...

    published: 03 Jun 2017
  • POVERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES | 16 Year old Girl living on the Streets of Manila with a Newborn Baby!

    POVERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES: POOR, HOMELESS BUT, NOT FORGOTTEN. Myself along with Kay D' Experience, Videolux.org, and Ay Noumi hit up Luneta Park Area to see if we can help some people out. Ran into another Korean charity mission doing some good work at the same time. My name is Jay and this is my vlog. I wanted to share my experiences of being a Black American living in the Philippines. I'm married to a beautiful Filipina who you will see in my vlogs her name is Kay. Hope you enjoy the channel because I'm just getting started. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow me on Twitter @BlackFilipinoYT --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music credits for this ...

    published: 17 May 2017
  • Maynila: A documentary film about poverty in Manila

    published: 16 Aug 2017
  • Travel to ASIA: Go to Manila Philippines and Meet these People Who Live Under the Public Bridge

    https://www.youtube.com/user/rheaMDC21/playlists Click the link to see more videos like this one. Thanks!!

    published: 11 Aug 2017
  • Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet this Poor Old Lady Who Works as a Street Sweeper. Poverty

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5a5c5ayUpUDzgejeH1nS9MLL7uqMyerD Click the link to see more films like this one. Thanks!!

    published: 03 Feb 2017
  • Travel to ASIA: Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet These Orphan Kids who Live in Poverty

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5a5c5ayUpUDzgejeH1nS9MLL7uqMyerD Click the link to see more videos like this one. Thanks!!

    published: 05 Oct 2016
  • Travel to Manila Philippines and Live in a Slum Community. How Can We Stop Poverty?

    Her name is Bea, not Mae. I do apologize for the typo error. To fight poverty; first, you must understand the roots of it. History: Before the Spaniards invaded our motherland, we were living a prosperous and peaceful life. The people were honest and true to their fellow brothers and sisters. We only learned the words crab mentality and corruption when the Spaniards enslaved our people. The Spaniards came to our land with muskets in their right hands and bibles in their left hands. They enslaved, repressed and oppressed our people with brute force and illusion of God's mercy and forgiveness at the same time. Religion: The world is better w/o religions. Faith in different religions caused and continue to cause wars and destruction. Just look at the Philippines folks. The war between...

    published: 27 Apr 2017
  • Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet this Family Who Live in a Dollar a Day. The Filipino Poor

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5a5c5ayUpUDzgejeH1nS9MLL7uqMyerD Click the link to see more films like this one. Thanks!!

    published: 28 Jun 2017
  • Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet this Poor Lady Who Will Go Abroad to Work. Film About Poverty

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5a5c5ayUpUDzgejeH1nS9MLL7uqMyerD Click the link to see more videos like this one. Thanks!

    published: 03 Jul 2016
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Travel to the Philippines and Meet the Real Filipinos. Poverty in Manila. Meet Sheryl and Her Kids

Travel to the Philippines and Meet the Real Filipinos. Poverty in Manila. Meet Sheryl and Her Kids

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  • Updated: 15 Jul 2016
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We Traveled to Manila Philippines and Saw POVERTY. We Went to Manila Slums and Met Poor Families

We Traveled to Manila Philippines and Saw POVERTY. We Went to Manila Slums and Met Poor Families

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  • Updated: 23 Sep 2017
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASNhAMo8z_E&list=PL5a5c5ayUpUDzgejeH1nS9MLL7uqMyerD Click the link to see more documentary films like this one. Thanks!! To fight poverty, you have to understand the roots of it. History: Before the Spaniards invaded our motherland, we were living a prosperous and peaceful life. The people were honest and true to their fellow brothers and sisters. We only learned the words crab mentality and corruption when the Spaniards enslaved our people. The Spaniards came to our land with muskets in their right hands and bibles in their left hands. They enslaved, repressed and oppressed our people with brute force and illusion of God's mercy and forgiveness at the same time. Religion: The world is better w/o religions. Faith in different religions caused and continue to cause wars and destruction. Just look at the Philippines folks. The war between the Christians and the Muslims has no end in sight. When the Spaniards enslaved us, they used Catholicism to easily control and manipulate our people. They used Catholicism to put fear in our hearts. You put fear in someone, it will be easier for you to fool him/her. Slavery: The Spaniards forcefully enslaved our people. Millions were sent to mines to work and die. Countless numbers of women were raped and forced to work for their masters. The people were forced to pay taxes and agricultural lands were stolen. The Spaniards became rich and powerful out of the sufferings of our people. The Americans: The Americans bought our country from the Spaniards after the Spanish-American war. The Americans put in our minds that they saved us from the Spaniards. On the contrary, more than 1 Million Filipino soldiers and civilians were murdered by the Americans during the Filipino-American war. The Spaniards taught us how to pray. When the Americans came, they taught us how to watch Hollywood movies, drink Coca-Cola, etc..., and for us to dream to have a lifestyle like what they have. It's called export of Capitalism and application of Colonialism. Destroy their local beliefs, culture and way of life, then replaced them with American way of life. That way, Capitalism will thrive. Effects of Spanish and American Colonialism & Capitalism: The Filipinos became greedy with lust for money and power. Crab mentality, colonial mentality and dishonesty are now in our heads. The whole Philippine society is bathing in corruption, brought to us by our overlords. Present Economy and way of life: Sure there's a lot of rich people in the Philippines, but majority of the population are living below poverty line. Businesses are monopolized by a few people. Those few people buy politicians to protect their businesses. Why is business monopolization bad? Because small and local entrepreneurs have no way to compete against those giant corporations/businesses. The concentration of wealth only runs within the inner circle of those few people who sit on the top of the food chain. Foreigners bring their businesses to the Philippines for cheap labor. Most of those foreign companies do not give labor benefits to their workers. The Filipinos are nothing but slaves of those who are rich and powerful. The balance of trade is not fair for the Philippines. Foreign companies flood our market with their products, products that we Filipinos gladly buy because of Colonial mentality. I will give you an example of how to deal with unfair trade: When I went to Ecuador and Bolivia in Latin America; I learned that they implemented a regulation where they limit the import of imported chips from the United States. Instead of importing Pringles, Lays, etc.. massively from the United States, they pay attention on how to mass produce their own local chips to sell to the market. Do you get the picture? Support your local products than buying imported goods from overseas. Globalization: I believe in the positive results of globalization for all mankind. But it is not fair for the Philippines because globalization affects negatively our economy and society. For now, we need a pride of Nationalism in the Philippines. Philippines first before anything else. Filipino first before someone else. Filipino arts, culture and products first before anything else. Pride of Nationalism and love for your fellow countrymen will help lift our country out of the 3rd world. The Greatest Filipino President: All the Presidents we had in the Philippines were all American puppets. The 1 and only President who truly cared about the grassroots and to his motherland was President Ramon Magsaysay. Unfortunately, he was assassinated. They planted a bomb in his airplane and presented the crash to the public as an accident. To fight poverty, you have to look at the big picture. We all know how corrupt and useless the politicians are. So what to do next?
https://wn.com/We_Traveled_To_Manila_Philippines_And_Saw_Poverty._We_Went_To_Manila_Slums_And_Met_Poor_Families
Philippines: Deliverance - The Slum (Episode 1)

Philippines: Deliverance - The Slum (Episode 1)

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  • Updated: 19 Sep 2014
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Philippines-The Slum - Episode 1: Deliverance As a birth attendant advocating for family planning, Remy is on the frontline of Tondo's battle with overcrowding. Tondo in northern Manila is home to the city's largest collection of slums. It is also one of the most densely populated areas on the planet. Paradise Heights, home to former squatters, is in the heart of Tondo. There, self-taught midwife Remy Permites is delivering new life in the slums. Remy does her work with only the most basic equipment: a stethoscope, a pair of gloves and little else. Though she has little formal training, she plays a crucial role in an area where few can afford to pay for medical care. The slums of Manila are undergoing a population explosion. But Remy has managed to escape the shacks and lives in a small government-built apartment, with 14 members of her family. Her home also doubles as a makeshift clinic. Along with delivering babies, Remy is responsible for delivering paperwork. She continues her training, takes classes on birth control, helps a young girl bury her stillborn baby, and along with family planning advocate Jane, educates women to have smaller families. Meanwhile, a few kilometers to the south of Remy's clinic is Beseco slum with a population of about 45,000. There, fisherman and father of nine, Gener Pagtabunan struggles to feed his family by trying - mostly unsuccessfully - to catch fish in the polluted harbour. His wife Lorna tries to supplement their income by selling fruit and vegetables from the front of their tiny shack. But it is a struggle for the growing family to make ends meet. Lorna, who wants to ensure her 21-year-old daughter and mother of three does not make the same mistakes she did, takes her to get a contraceptive injection. About the series: This six-part series follows residents of Manila's Tondo slum as they live, love, survive and aspire in some of the world's toughest living conditions.
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Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet this JUNK Collector Guy. Welcome to Manila Slums. Poverty!

Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet this JUNK Collector Guy. Welcome to Manila Slums. Poverty!

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  • Updated: 20 Jun 2017
  • views: 63255
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POVERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES | Stories of living on the Streets of Manila |

POVERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES | Stories of living on the Streets of Manila |

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  • Updated: 04 Sep 2017
  • views: 3099
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POVERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES: POOR, HOMELESS BUT, NOT FORGOTTEN. Unfiltered stories of life on the streets of Manila. Generational poverty, Born into Poverty. My name is Jay and this is my vlog. I wanted to share my experiences of being a Black American living in the Philippines. I'm married to a beautiful Filipina who you will see in my vlogs her name is Kay. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Join us in our mission helping the less fortunate. https://fundrazr.com/e1G0h8?ref=ab_e6Y7v9 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Contact Information for The Black Filipino General Questions for me? - TheBlackFilipino@gmail.com All Business inquiries - KoticWorldEnt@gmail.com --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Patreon https://www.patreon.com/theblackfilipino --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music credits for this Vlog: Outro produced by: YaBoyChris All permission granted Music Business inquiries Only - YaBoyChrisMadeIt@gmail.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Filmed with Apple iPhone 6 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Use Disclaimer Any use of podcasts, audio or video in its entirety or in part, is strictly prohibited and may not be reproduced without written consent of The Black Filipino Channel ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you for supporting the channel it means a lot to me. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- African American Expat living vlogging in Manila Philippines working as a Digital Nomad freelancer using Upwork to earn money. How to make money by working online is something I can share tips & tricks with you. Living on a Budget in the Philippines is important to foreigners trying to start a new life. Because of my skin tone and round face people say I look like Luke Mejares. My channel is dedicated to sharing my journey in life in the Philippines married to a beautiful sexy filipina. We are an interracial couple joined in marriage with a strong relationship. Some of my goals with my vlogs is to share my knowledge, experiences of being a foreigner in the Philippines and most of all I want to help people in need. Since moving to the Philippines I've been emotionally touched by the level of poverty in the Philippines. I want to do something and give back to the great people of the Philippines. Homeless in the Philippines is a real issue like all other places but I live here now so I need to help my community. The poor people in the Philippines need a voice and I hope I can give them one.
https://wn.com/Poverty_In_The_Philippines_|_Stories_Of_Living_On_The_Streets_Of_Manila_|
Manila Slums: Travel to the Philippines and Meet the Poor. Their Dream is to Have a Television Set

Manila Slums: Travel to the Philippines and Meet the Poor. Their Dream is to Have a Television Set

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  • Updated: 21 Dec 2016
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POVERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES IS A SAD REALITY FOR OVER 12 MILLION WOMEN, CHILDREN AND MEN

POVERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES IS A SAD REALITY FOR OVER 12 MILLION WOMEN, CHILDREN AND MEN

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  • Updated: 29 Mar 2017
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POVERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES: Filipinos living in poverty in and around Metro Manila Voice of the Poor Fundraising Campaign: Operation Food & Clothing Join our mission to help others https://fundrazr.com/e1G0h8?ref=ab_e6Y7v9 I have helped many off camera so it is not documented. This is not to glorify myself or show I am the one that originated or created helping the poor. My name is Jay and this is my vlog. I wanted to share my experiences of being a Black American living in the Philippines. I'm married to a beautiful Filipina who you will see in my vlogs her name is Kay. Hope you enjoy the channel because I'm just getting started. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow me on Twitter https://www.twitter.com/BlackFilipinoYT --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music credits for this Vlog: YaBoyChris All permission granted YaBoyChrisMadeIt@gmail.com Follow him on Twitter https://www.twitter.com/NewYorkCris -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you have any questions about things maybe you want me to cover in a vlog related to traveling to or living in the Philippines e-mail me. I'll do my best to answer it. TheBlackFilipino@gmail.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Filmed with Apple iPhone 6 Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you for supporting the channel it means a lot to me. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- African American Expat living vlogging in Manila Philippines working as a Digital Nomad freelancer using Upwork to earn money. How to make money by working online is something I can share tips & tricks with you. Living on a Budget in the Philippines is important to foreigners trying to start a new life. Because of my skin tone and round face people say I look like Luke Mejares. My channel is dedicated to sharing my journey in life in the Philippines married to a beautiful sexy filipina. We are an interracial couple joined in marriage with a strong relationship. Some of my goals with my vlogs is to share my knowledge, experiences of being a foreigner in the Philippines and most of all I want to help people in need. Since moving to the Philippines I've been emotionally touched by the level of poverty in the Philippines. I want to do something and give back to the great people of the Philippines. Homeless in the Philippines is a real issue like all other places but I live here now so I need to help my community. The poor people in the Philippines need a voice and I hope I can give them one.
https://wn.com/Poverty_In_The_Philippines_Is_A_Sad_Reality_For_Over_12_Million_Women,_Children_And_Men
Philippines: Turning garbage into food | Global 3000

Philippines: Turning garbage into food | Global 3000

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  • Updated: 09 Jan 2017
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Norberto cooks for the residents of "Happyland", a vast slum on the edge of Manila. He gets the meat for his dishes from the garbage dump. Bits of food scraps salvaged after the rich have filled their bellies. More environmental topics: http://www.dw.com/en/tv/global-3000/s-11487
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Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet the Roman Catholic Filipinos. Poverty in the Philippines

Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet the Roman Catholic Filipinos. Poverty in the Philippines

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  • Updated: 19 Apr 2017
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Human trafficking is very common in the Philippines. Many grassroots Filipinos sell or give away their kids. Many of them give away their child/children to ease hardships not only for them but also for the child/children. Unfortunately, there are evil ones who take advantage out of the sufferings of the poor and use the child/children to be sold to human traffickers. To fight poverty; first, you must understand the roots of it. History: Before the Spaniards invaded our motherland, we were living a prosperous and peaceful life. The people were honest and true to their fellow brothers and sisters. We only learned the words crab mentality and corruption when the Spaniards enslaved our people. The Spaniards came to our land with muskets in their right hands and bibles in their left hands. They enslaved, repressed and oppressed our people with brute force and illusion of God's mercy and forgiveness at the same time. Religion: The world is better w/o religions. Faith in different religions caused and continue to cause wars and destruction. Just look at the Philippines folks. The war between the Christians and the Muslims has no end in sight. When the Spaniards enslaved us, they used Catholicism to easily control and manipulate our people. They used Catholicism to put fear in our hearts. You put fear in someone, it will be easier for you to fool him/her. Slavery: The Spaniards forcefully enslaved our people. Millions were sent to mines to work and die. Countless numbers of women were raped and forced to work for their masters. The people were forced to pay taxes and agricultural lands were stolen. The Spaniards became rich and powerful out of the sufferings of our people. The Americans: The Americans bought our country from the Spaniards for only Five Hundred Dollars after the Spanish-American war. The Americans put in our minds that they saved us from the Spaniards. On the contrary, more than 1 Million Filipino soldiers and civilians were murdered by the Americans during the Filipino-American war. The Spaniards taught us how to pray. When the Americans came, they taught us how to watch Hollywood movies, drink Coca-Cola, etc..., and for us to dream to have a lifestyle like what they have. It's called export of Capitalism and application of Colonialism. Destroy their local beliefs, culture and way of life, then replaced them with American way of life. That way, Capitalism will thrive. Effects of Spanish and American Colonialism & Capitalism: The Filipinos became greedy with lust for money and power. Crab mentality, colonial mentality and dishonesty are now in our heads. The whole Philippine society is bathing in corruption, brought to us by our overlords. Present Economy and way of life: Sure there's a lot of rich people in the Philippines, but majority of the population are living below poverty line. Businesses are monopolized by a few people. Those few people buy politicians to protect their businesses. Why is business monopolization bad? Because small and local entrepreneurs have no way to compete against those giant corporations/businesses. The concentration of wealth only runs within the inner circle of those few people who sit on the top of the food chain. Foreigners bring their businesses to the Philippines for cheap labor. Most of those foreign companies do not give labor benefits to their workers. The Filipinos are nothing but slaves of those who are rich and powerful. The balance of trade is not fair for the Philippines. Foreign companies flood our market with their products, products that we Filipinos gladly buy because of Colonial mentality. I will give you an example of how to deal with unfair trade: When I went to Ecuador and Bolivia in Latin America; I learned that they implemented a regulation where they limit the import of imported chips from the United States. Instead of importing Pringles, Lays, etc.. massively from the United States, they pay attention on how to mass produce their own local chips to sell to the market. Do you get the picture? Support your local products than buying imported goods from overseas. Globalization: I believe in the positive results of globalization for all mankind. But it is not fair for the Philippines because globalization affects negatively our economy and society. For now, we need a pride of Nationalism in the Philippines. Philippines first before anything else. Filipino first before someone else. Filipino arts, culture and products first before anything else. Pride of Nationalism and love for your fellow countrymen will help lift our country out of the 3rd world. The Greatest Filipino President: All the Presidents we had in the Philippines were all American puppets. The 1 and only President who truly cared about the grassroots and to his motherland was President Ramon Magsaysay. Unfortunately, he was assassinated. They planted a bomb in his airplane and presented the crash to the public as an accident.
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Travel to Asia: Welcome to Manila SLUMS! Poverty in the Philippines. A Young Jeepney Driver

Travel to Asia: Welcome to Manila SLUMS! Poverty in the Philippines. A Young Jeepney Driver

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http://dbate.de/videos/duterte-drogenkrieg-philippinen-webdoku/ My brother and I's interview about the drug war in the Philippines. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQGvXQHJ-C0 My brother and I's interview about the drug war in the Philippines. Youtube upload. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5a5c5ayUpUDzgejeH1nS9MLL7uqMyerD Click the link to see more videos like this one. Thanks!!
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Travel to the Philippines and Meet the Poor Old Couple Who Sell Condiments. The Philippine Society

Travel to the Philippines and Meet the Poor Old Couple Who Sell Condiments. The Philippine Society

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  • Updated: 30 Oct 2017
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I-Witness: "Black Manila", a documentary by Howie Severino (full episode)

I-Witness: "Black Manila", a documentary by Howie Severino (full episode)

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  • Updated: 08 May 2014
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Howie Severino tells the stories of residents living and working in the middle of a vast, charcoal-making complex in Tondo. For more eye-opening and thought-provoking documentaries, watch I-Witness every Saturday night after Celebrity Bluff! For more videos and updates from I-Witness, visit: http://gmanetwork.com/iwitnessGMA http://facebook.com/iwitnessGMA http://twitter.com/iwitnessGMA Subscribe to us! http://www.youtube.com/user/GMAPublicAffairs?sub_confirmation=1 Find your favorite GMA Public Affairs and GMA News TV shows online! http://www.gmanews.tv/publicaffairs http://www.gmanews.tv/newstv
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Poverty In Manila Philippines - Babies born on the street

Poverty In Manila Philippines - Babies born on the street

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Poverty In Manila Philippines - Babies born on the street My name is Jay and this is my vlog. I wanted to share my experiences of being a Black American living in the Philippines. I'm married to a beautiful Filipina who you will see in my vlogs her name is Kay. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Contact Information for The Black Filipino General Questions for me? - TheBlackFilipino@gmail.com All Business inquiries - KoticWorldEnt@gmail.com --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Patreon https://www.patreon.com/theblackfilipino --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music credits for this Vlog: Outro produced by: YaBoyChris All permission granted Music Business inquiries Only - YaBoyChrisMadeIt@gmail.com --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Use Disclaimer Any use of podcasts, audio or video in its entirety or in part, is strictly prohibited and may not be reproduced without written consent of The Black Filipino Channel ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you for supporting the channel it means a lot to me. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- African American Expat living vlogging in Manila Philippines. Living on a Budget in the Philippines is important to foreigners trying to start a new life. Because of my skin tone and round face people say I look like Luke Mejares. My channel is dedicated to sharing my journey in life in the Philippines married to a beautiful filipina. We are an interracial couple joined in marriage with a strong relationship. Some of my goals with my vlogs is to share my knowledge, experiences of being a foreigner in the Philippines and most of all I want to help people in need. Since moving to the Philippines I've been emotionally touched by the level of poverty in the Philippines. I want to do something and give back to the great people of the Philippines. Homeless in the Philippines is a real issue like all other places but I live here now so I need to help my community. The poor people in the Philippines need a voice and I hope I can give them one.
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A Drive Thru Manila Philippines ~ Riches & Poverty ~ Beautiful Country

A Drive Thru Manila Philippines ~ Riches & Poverty ~ Beautiful Country

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Melanie and I were on a long adventure through the Manila area of the Philippines. During this trip we took various modes of transportation ranging from a bus (van) to a bicycle to a tricycle (moped). I used the time to record all the various scenes we passed along the way. Manila is a city of extremes. It is beautiful and has a certain magnetic draw to it. I fell in love with the city during my stay. But there are both extreme riches and severe poverty - often side by side. Along the water ways you see some shacks and huts that are tiny little homes for entire families who make their living off the water. Driving along the outskirts of the city you see areas that look just like Queens, NY with all the businesses along the road ways. There are also apartment complexes which you can find in any large city. And there are extremely rich areas in the city center. Often you find poor families living in huts or shacks thrown together with any materials they can find, scattered along the roads. The children beg for money or sell small objects to provide for the family. I fell in love with the people during my stay and often emptied my pockets of loose coins to give to the children living on the streets. You cannot help but to feel for these people. Almost everywhere I went, I was stared at openly and many people waved and said "hello sir". Most of the people love Americans it seems and show a lot of respect. Although it is quite a poor country with armed military, police and security guards all over the place, I felt no sense of danger or fear anywhere I went. As long as you dont flaunt your camera or cell phone, you should be safe on the streets of Manila. Granted I did not go out after dark very much outside the streets by my hotel. I was known there and felt very welcome. I also made sure to buy my groceries and supplies from the nearby vendors and shops to support the local people. I feel drawn to this city and I will most likely go back one day. I cannot really explain why I love the place but for one thing the people are kind and simple. They accept you easily and make you feel at home in Manila. Follow my daily progress on the path to self sufficiency on my off grid solar homestead. https://www.youtube.com/user/techman2015/playlists?view=50&shelf_id=10&sort=dd Join The Off Grid Project ™ and The Do It Yourself World ™ forum and share your ideas, tips and projects. http://www.thedoityourselfworld.com/forum The Off Grid Project ™ is presented by The Do It Yourself World ™. http://www.TheDoItYourselfworld.com
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Rich and poor side by side,  the two faces of Manila

Rich and poor side by side, the two faces of Manila

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The Philippines : the worst rich-poor divide in Asia. It's one of the biggest rich-poor gaps in the free world.The rich gets richer, the poor gets poorer. On the one side of the video a new $ 400 million entertainment complex has been built for new rich and middle class people.And on the other side few meters separated people living in the garbage.
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Go to Manila Philippines and See Poverty. Global Warming, Paris Climate Agreement and Martial Law

Go to Manila Philippines and See Poverty. Global Warming, Paris Climate Agreement and Martial Law

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J's comment: Wake up!!! It's not a hero burial!!! Being the Ex- PRESIDENT of the Philippines he could be buried at LIBINGAN NG MGA BAYANI!!! MOVE ON!!! I was born during Martial Law & I could see how great the Philippines before... then now the PHILIPPINES suffered because of the AQUINOS!!! Wake Up Mark My Reply: My father and mother fought for the Filipinos' freedom during the 70's. Many of their fellow revolutionaries were killed by Marcos' controlled police and military. I bet you have no idea how many thousands were killed by the Marcos regime huh? There were no freedom of speech, the media was controlled by the regime and if you got caught talking bad things about the regime, you are toast. Yeah, go back to a time where everyone regardless of age are not allowed to be on the streets after 10 pm. You go out of your house after 10 and if you got caught by the Marcos' gestapos, they will salvage you and throw your body in the river. Yeah, Marcos was that great huh? Jim's comment: Since you began you political vlogs recently this is the first one i agree with really.. I cant even find a History of Martial Law book for sale in book stores in the Philippines.. Young folk just do not know or care and it is not taught in schools.. Jim My Reply: My mother was the Chief Editor of REX back in the 80's. REX is a publishing company that publish academic books that most Filipino students use in the classrooms. My mother did quit and surrender her position because the time came where she could not take it any longer. The Americans were the ones who dictate what to teach to the Filipino youth. Have you seen FPJ's movie titled "Asedillo"? Watch it! It's about the dawn of U.S. Imperialism in the Philippines. You don't see any books about Marcos' Martial Law because there were many big players involved, not only Ferdinand Marcos. F. Marcos was the biggest U.S. puppet during the Martial law period in the Philippines. I guess you know what I am talking about.
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POVERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES | 16 Year old Girl living on the Streets of Manila with a Newborn Baby!

POVERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES | 16 Year old Girl living on the Streets of Manila with a Newborn Baby!

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POVERTY IN THE PHILIPPINES: POOR, HOMELESS BUT, NOT FORGOTTEN. Myself along with Kay D' Experience, Videolux.org, and Ay Noumi hit up Luneta Park Area to see if we can help some people out. Ran into another Korean charity mission doing some good work at the same time. My name is Jay and this is my vlog. I wanted to share my experiences of being a Black American living in the Philippines. I'm married to a beautiful Filipina who you will see in my vlogs her name is Kay. Hope you enjoy the channel because I'm just getting started. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow me on Twitter @BlackFilipinoYT --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music credits for this Vlog: Outro produced by: YaBoyChris All permission granted YaBoyChrisMadeIt@gmail.com Follow him on Twitter @NewYorkCris -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you have any questions about things maybe you want me to cover in a vlog related to traveling to or living in the Philippines e-mail me. I'll do my best to answer it. TheBlackFilipino@gmail.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Filmed with Apple iPhone 6 Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro Use Disclaimer Any use of this podcasts audio or video in its entirety or in part, is strictly prohibited and may not be reproduced without written consent of The Black Filipino Channel ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you for supporting the channel it means a lot to me. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- African American Expat living vlogging in Manila Philippines working as a Digital Nomad freelancer using Upwork to earn money. How to make money by working online is something I can share tips & tricks with you. Living on a Budget in the Philippines is important to foreigners trying to start a new life. Because of my skin tone and round face people say I look like Luke Mejares. My channel is dedicated to sharing my journey in life in the Philippines married to a beautiful sexy filipina. We are an interracial couple joined in marriage with a strong relationship. Some of my goals with my vlogs is to share my knowledge, experiences of being a foreigner in the Philippines and most of all I want to help people in need. Since moving to the Philippines I've been emotionally touched by the level of poverty in the Philippines. I want to do something and give back to the great people of the Philippines. Homeless in the Philippines is a real issue like all other places but I live here now so I need to help my community. The poor people in the Philippines need a voice and I hope I can give them one.
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Maynila: A documentary film about poverty in Manila

Maynila: A documentary film about poverty in Manila

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Travel to ASIA: Go to Manila Philippines and Meet these People Who Live Under the Public Bridge

Travel to ASIA: Go to Manila Philippines and Meet these People Who Live Under the Public Bridge

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  • Updated: 11 Aug 2017
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Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet this Poor Old Lady Who Works as a Street Sweeper. Poverty

Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet this Poor Old Lady Who Works as a Street Sweeper. Poverty

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  • Updated: 03 Feb 2017
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Travel to ASIA: Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet These Orphan Kids who Live in Poverty

Travel to ASIA: Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet These Orphan Kids who Live in Poverty

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  • Updated: 05 Oct 2016
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Travel to Manila Philippines and Live in a Slum Community. How Can We Stop Poverty?

Travel to Manila Philippines and Live in a Slum Community. How Can We Stop Poverty?

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  • Updated: 27 Apr 2017
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Her name is Bea, not Mae. I do apologize for the typo error. To fight poverty; first, you must understand the roots of it. History: Before the Spaniards invaded our motherland, we were living a prosperous and peaceful life. The people were honest and true to their fellow brothers and sisters. We only learned the words crab mentality and corruption when the Spaniards enslaved our people. The Spaniards came to our land with muskets in their right hands and bibles in their left hands. They enslaved, repressed and oppressed our people with brute force and illusion of God's mercy and forgiveness at the same time. Religion: The world is better w/o religions. Faith in different religions caused and continue to cause wars and destruction. Just look at the Philippines folks. The war between the Christians and the Muslims has no end in sight. When the Spaniards enslaved us, they used Catholicism to easily control and manipulate our people. They used Catholicism to put fear in our hearts. You put fear in someone, it will be easier for you to fool him/her. Slavery: The Spaniards forcefully enslaved our people. Millions were sent to mines to work and die. Countless numbers of women were raped and forced to work for their masters. The people were forced to pay taxes and agricultural lands were stolen. The Spaniards became rich and powerful out of the sufferings of our people. The Americans: The Americans bought our country from the Spaniards for only Five Hundred Dollars after the Spanish-American war. The Americans put in our minds that they saved us from the Spaniards. On the contrary, more than 1 Million Filipino soldiers and civilians were murdered by the Americans during the Filipino-American war. The Spaniards taught us how to pray. When the Americans came, they taught us how to watch Hollywood movies, drink Coca-Cola, etc..., and for us to dream to have a lifestyle like what they have. It's called export of Capitalism and application of Colonialism. Destroy their local beliefs, culture and way of life, then replaced them with American way of life. That way, Capitalism will thrive. Effects of Spanish and American Colonialism & Capitalism: The Filipinos became greedy with lust for money and power. Crab mentality, colonial mentality and dishonesty are now in our heads. The whole Philippine society is bathing in corruption, brought to us by our overlords. Present Economy and way of life: Sure there's a lot of rich people in the Philippines, but majority of the population are living below poverty line. Businesses are monopolized by a few people. Those few people buy politicians to protect their businesses. Why is business monopolization bad? Because small and local entrepreneurs have no way to compete against those giant corporations/businesses. The concentration of wealth only runs within the inner circle of those few people who sit on the top of the food chain. Foreigners bring their businesses to the Philippines for cheap labor. Most of those foreign companies do not give labor benefits to their workers. The Filipinos are nothing but slaves of those who are rich and powerful. The balance of trade is not fair for the Philippines. Foreign companies flood our market with their products, products that we Filipinos gladly buy because of Colonial mentality. I will give you an example of how to deal with unfair trade: When I went to Ecuador and Bolivia in Latin America; I learned that they implemented a regulation where they limit the import of imported chips from the United States. Instead of importing Pringles, Lays, etc.. massively from the United States, they pay attention on how to mass produce their own local chips to sell to the market. Do you get the picture? Support your local products than buying imported goods from overseas. Globalization: I believe in the positive results of globalization for all mankind. But it is not fair for the Philippines because globalization affects negatively our economy and society. For now, we need a pride of Nationalism in the Philippines. Philippines first before anything else. Filipino first before someone else. Filipino arts, culture and products first before anything else. Pride of Nationalism and love for your fellow countrymen will help lift our country out of the 3rd world. The Greatest Filipino President: All the Presidents we had in the Philippines were all American puppets. The 1 and only President who truly cared about the grassroots and to his motherland was President Ramon Magsaysay. Unfortunately, he was assassinated. They planted a bomb in his airplane and presented the crash to the public as an accident.
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Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet this Family Who Live in a Dollar a Day. The Filipino Poor

Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet this Family Who Live in a Dollar a Day. The Filipino Poor

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  • Updated: 28 Jun 2017
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Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet this Poor Lady Who Will Go Abroad to Work. Film About Poverty

Travel to Manila Philippines and Meet this Poor Lady Who Will Go Abroad to Work. Film About Poverty

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  • Updated: 03 Jul 2016
  • views: 104007
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