December 20, 2014     Philippines
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  37. Dear Bulatlat,

    Commuter Express is a free paper distributed in LRT and MRT Lines. We have used some of your stories with proper attributions.

    thanks so much,

    Manny Marinay
    editor in chief

  38. Dear Editors,

    I would like the article on Lumad graduates to be sent to my email ad – I wanted to share the material to Phil UNDRIP Network of which Sildap is also a member. I am sure that they would be happy and interested to read this, a case of best practice in the effective implementation of the UNDRIP – UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in the field of indigenous education.

    Thank you and more power.

    ADOR

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