Glad to see new signs of life from the Bb. Pilipinas front.
Catch the live webinar “Unity in Diversity: Understanding Intersectional Feminism” this June 27 (Saturday), 6 PM with Bb. Pilipinas International 2019 Patch Magtanong at the Araneta City Facebook page.
According to dictionary.com:
Intersectional Feminism is “a movement recognizing that barriers to gender equality vary according to other aspects of a woman’s identity, including age, race, ethnicity, class, and religion, and striving to address a diverse spectrum of women’s issues”
Given the difficult situation we are all facing, we ask your generous hearts to help Araneta City and J. Amado Araneta Foundation – JAAF to provide the most essential needs for children, individuals and families greatly affected by the pandemic. All donations are much appreciated. No amount is too small. This is a great opportunity to show that we could be men and women for others. Visit http://www.ticketnet.com.ph for more details.
Bb. Pilipinas 2019 Queens (left to right) Aya Abesamis, Patch Magtanong, Gazini Christiana Jordi Ganados, Emma Tiglao and Leren Mae M. Bautista are present during today’s top-off ceremony for Ibis Styles Hotel – the newest accomodation inside Araneta City that will be built attached to the new Gateway Mall.
Miss Universe Philippines 2019 Gazini Christiana Jordi Ganados, Bb. Pilipinas Intercontinental 2019 Emma Tiglao, 1st Runner-Up Aya Abesamis and 2nd Runner-Up Samantha Bernardo joined Madame Stella Marquez de Araneta of BPCI in tonight’s Christmas Tree Lighting at Araneta City.
The Holiday Spirit is definitely in the air!
Above is a photo from the formal launch/re-branding of The Araneta Center to #AranetaCity at the Novotel Manila Araneta Center attended by our Bb. Pilipinas 2019 Queens Gazini Christiana Jordi Ganados, Patch Magtanong, Resham Ramirez Saeed, Samantha Lo and Leren Mae M. Bautista.
And below is part of an interview where Gazini confirmed that she will soon sit down with Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach to get precious tips and advices on how to handle the 68th Miss Universe.