Meet Jana. She sells goods in Quiapo and likes her hijab in black, pink, or white. But on special occasions, nothing but her most beautiful will suffice. “Kapag espesyal ang araw, ang pinaka magandang hijab at damit ko ang isinusuot ko.”

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