#TalkThursday with Loida Nicolas-Lewis


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In another episode this week of #TalkThursday, Rappler talks to philanthropist Loida Nicolas-Lewis

MANILA, Philippines – In this week’s edition of #TalkThursday, Rappler talks to philanthropist Loida Nicolas-Lewis.

Lewis is the chair of US Pinoys for Good Governance (USP4GG) – a group of US-based Filipinos known for their advocacy initiatives.

In 2012, USP4GG called for a boycott on Chinese products in response to China’s “bullying” attitude in the West Philippine Sea.

Lewis’ group organized global rallies in front of Chinese embassies in key cities to expose China’s alleged arrogance in the Scarborough Shoal dispute.

Lewis is also a prominent figure in several humanitarian efforts. She recently assisted in fund raising efforts for the the blood money of Rodelio Lanuza. Lanuza was a Filipino sentenced to death due to murder in Saudi Arabia.


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