“We challenge and resist tactics like red baiting that undermine our critical practice as teachers, scholars, artists and writers,” they said. “We stand with our colleagues who refuse to be silenced or censored for their critical beliefs.”
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It was Pres. Duterte himself who urged the drivers to go on a strike if they are indeed opposed to jeepney phaseout.
By RENAN ORTIZ
Whether they’re in the opposition or administration side, the distinguished senators of this endangered Republic, who’re otherwise hopelessly fractious, share one thing: their hatred for “fake news” — and a consequent, irrepressible urge to penalize its disseminators. That’s what last week’s hearings on the subject led by the Senate Committee on Public Information and Mass…
Launched in June this year, Fakeblok is part of the NUJP’s campaign against the spread of misinformation online.
Various groups lambasted the mall conglomerate for exploitation of workers.
For more than 30 years, BTL farmers have been in a deadlock with the CMU administration over 517 hectares of land.
By BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat perspective The Social Weather Station released the results of its un-commissioned survey, covering the period September 23 to 27, showing that the satisfaction and trust ratings of President Duterte dropped significantly. His satisfaction rating was 48 percent, an 18 percent drop from June, and his trust ratings dropped 14 percent to…
“We call on him to tell us where Jonas is.”
For more than 10 years, the Burgos family has been searching for Jonas Burgos. Bulatlat has chronicled the painstaking journey of fighting for justice.
In the light of the local court decision acquitting the suspect in the abduction of Jonas Burgos, Bulatlat is reposting this 2013 article showing how the military institution deliberately refused to turn over to the courts documents that could have determined what happened to Jonas. The suspect, Army Maj. Harry Baliaga Jr., was first mentioned…