[Inquirer] Ifugao myths make sense of archeological finds

An Op-Ed from AIS affiliated faculty, Professor Stephen Acabado. — By: Marlo Martin, Stephen Acabado December 11, 2020, 11:05 AM “There she lies beautiful, Kiyyangan, a village west of Kadaklan, the Great River. Where all things started. Surrounded by the three sacred peaks, home to the most powerful earth spirits, sentinels to the gods. For … Read more

[CNN] Indigenous people across the US want their land back — and the movement is gaining momentum

November 25, 2020 By Harmeet Kaur, CNN (CNN)Around this time every year, Americans come together to share a feast commemorating a myth about its first inhabitants. An indigenous tribe did eat with the Pilgrims in 1621 and sign a treaty with the colonists that had settled on their shores — an act of survival rather … Read more