Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Tina Monzon-Palma Stands Up for Children Who Shoulder Their Parents'' Responsibilities in "Krusada"

Veteran broadcast journalist Tina Monzon-Palma returns to �Krusada� to champion the welfare of children who are forced to supervise their own households.

Instead of going to school and playing with their friends, Christian Jay and John Mark are compelled to stay at home and look after their siblings.

As the eldest and second eldest children in their respective families, they assume the roles of their parents, who are too occupied with their jobs to take care of their kids.

This Thursday, September 8, in �Krusada,� join Tina, together with Bantay Bata, as she stands up for the rights of kids who have no choice but have their innocence gobbled up by domestic responsibilities.

As a crusader for children�s well-being, Tina believes that children have the right to an adequate amount of play, and more importantly, the access to schooling.

Because it takes more than words to make a stand, listen, take part, and be one with Tina Monzon-Palma�s cause this Thursday, September 8, in �Krusada,� after �Bandila� on ABS-CBN, or catch it earlier at 9:15 pm on DZMM TeleRadyo (SkyCable channel 26).

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