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Articles, Faith, Works / 03.05.2018

Published on November 2016 by Olivia Women On a regular hot Tuesday morning, San Juan city councilor Raissa Laurel-Subijano sits inside a small cafe in Makati getting her makeup done. Her distinct grin is as bright as the sunshine outside that fills the busy city with a veil of newness and hope. Save for the Olivia Team and her own staff patiently waiting outside, no one seems to know that she is a bilateral amputee. She walks with just a slight hitch, but does the same regular activities as everyone else in the room. Except that six years ago she was a...