“Most of the children admitted they feel anger. Others said they want to take revenge. But all of them want justice and they want the rule of law to reign.”
By DR. PAULINO LIM, Jr. Emeritus professor of English, California State University, Long Beach Writer in Exile/Writer in Revolt: Critical Perspectives on Carlos Bulosan. Edited by Jeffrey Arellano Cabusao. (University Press of America, an imprint of Rowman & Littlefield, July 2016), 378pp., 18 illustrations, paperback, $40.99 This remarkable anthology introduces Carlos Bulosan to 21st readers,…
They depict their stories through performances. Using indigenous instruments and their own language, they educate the city-bred about their struggles and aspirations.
By MARC LINO ABILA Bulatlat Going to churches have always been part of my go-to list when visiting a place. Raised by devout Catholic grandparents, I have this particular fascination with religious history and church architecture. When it comes to old buildings, old churches are hard to miss. Recently, I’ve been to Iloilo to organize…
Malaki ang hamon para sa makabayan at progresibong artista, manunulat, aktibista at manggagawang pangkultura sa matalinong paggamit sa internet at social media bilang daluyan ng bagong kulturang pambansa, siyentipiko at makamasa.
This year’s Pandayang Lino Brocka seeks films that showcase the aspirations of the common Filipino people.
Nahikayat na rin ng NPA ang lupa sa maraming lugar na tuyutin ang sarili.
Maraming gamit ang bulldozer.
Incoming President Rodrigo Duterte’s statement about freeing political detainees spurs optimism inside detention cells, and at an art show.
Ni MARK ANGELES Libo-libong buntis ang peregrinong Pumisan sa silungan mo, Fabella; Hindi man nagsayaw sa Obando O nag-alay ng itlog kay Sta. Clara. Dikit-dikit sa dibdib mong tigulang: Kapwa ina’t inakay na nanlalambot. Nalampasan nila ang kamatayan Ngunit hindi ang paghihikahos. Fabella, sa bawat minutong pumatak, Sa pagitan ng himala’t hinagpis, May sanggol kang…
The publication of the latest volume of Sison’s Selected Writings covering the years 2010-2011 in Build the People’s Power (2016) by the International Network for Philippines Studies reaffirms his place as the emblematic Filipino radical thinker of the last five decades.