BREWRATS Educational Mondays with DAKILA

Brewrats Educational Mondays is a segment of the phenomenal radio show Brewrats hosted by DJ Tado, DJ Ramon Bautista and DJ Angel Rivero. Every Mondays, On-air discussions on various topics that are of interest to the listeners of the show are held with credible speakers as resource persons. Despite its light and whacky format, the show never fails to illicit response from its wide array of audience (High School, College and Young Professionals from Class A to E). The huge amount of text, on line messages, and phone calls only proves that learning need not to be solemn and grave, it could also be fun.

Now on its second year, the Brewrats Educational Mondays with DAKILA has discussed topics ranging from art and pop culture such as Independent Films as Tool for Empowerment; WonderMOMs – Mother’s Day Special; Rites of Passage – Stereotyping Men; You Can Dance – A look on Contemporary Dance; Comedy Hour – Pinoy Stand Up Comedy; Some Kind of Course – Guide to College Courses to the more serious issues such as The State of Philippine Education; Gender Sensitivity and Stereotyping for Beginners; the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant; the War on Gaza; the Human Rights Situation, the Reproductive Health Bill; and Children’s Rights.

For more Brewrats, check out the images in the gallery.


About Dakila

DAKILA (nobility) - Philippine Collective for Modern Heroism is a group of artists, students and individuals committed to advocating social consciousness formation through the arts.

Posted on August 19, 2009, in Advocacy, Education. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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