“Several campus publications and student journalists across the country have been subjected to various forms of harassment, red-tagging and military surveillance.”
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MANILA — Christmas is just around the corner and in the spirit of giving, students from different schools in Metro Manila came together on Dec. 20 to bring Christmas cheer for more than 100 Lumad children who are staying at the UP Diliman Stud Farm in Quezon City. The Lumad children have been in the…
Despite heavy snow, Filipinos in the Netherlands held a symbolic protest at the Philippine Embassy in The Hague on Dec. 11 to denounce “state-sponsored” killings under the Duterte administration.
They came with torches and a mural effigy for a night rally, with some protesters in costumes depicting the horrors of worsening rights violations.
Bonifacio fought for a society that’s truly serving the people; President Duterte is seeking to serve only himself and a handful of exploiters and oppressors, Labog said.
Protesters hound Education secretary Leonor Briones as she refuses to acknowledge the Lumad schools issues.
The family of slain Lumad youth Obello Bay-ao is appealing to the Department of Justice to investigate the case of his murder.
“We wanted to know why up to now, thousands of housing units are still idle.”
Progressive fishers decried what they called “fascism in the sea.”
By RUTH LUMIBAO Bulatlat MANILA – Youth and student activists slipped past heavy police security yesterday afternoon, Nov. 11, and held a lightning protest in front of the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), one of the venues for ASEAN 2017 summit. Some three dozen protesters led by Anakbayan managed to gather inside the Cultural Center…
By BULATLAT MANILA – Various sectoral groups staged a protest near the US embassy here on Nov. 10, the second day in a row, in anticipation of the first visit by US President Donald Trump in time for the Asean summit on Nov. 12. Hundreds of anti-riot police men blocked the rallyists led by Bagong…