Thousands braved the heat and rain in other parts of the country yesterday to protest what they called as ‘Duter-tyranny.’
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The University of the Philippines-Diliman serves as the base camp for some 3,000 national minorities up to Sept. 22.
MANILA – Different groups today, Aug. 21, joined the “Walk for Justice” in Caloocan City to demand police accountability in the killing of a minor and for all victims of President Duterte’s War on Drugs. Groups led by the Stop the Killings Network and Rise Up for Life and Rights gathered in the village 160,…
MANILA – Groups led by Save our Schools Network picketed at the Department of Justice in Manila to demand the dismissal of trumped-up charges and the release of the Lumad educators Amelia Pond and agriculturist Dominiciano Muya on Friday, Aug. 18. Pond, 64, is the regional coordinator of the Rural Missionaries of the Philippines-Southern Mindanao…
“Our hope for change under Duterte is rapidly eroding.”
The first group of Lakbayanis who will join the SONA rally arrive in UP Diliman.
“We demand that perpetrators be arrested and punished.”
“I believe we all have a grain of mustard seed of prayer.”
By IAN IRVING BAZARTE Bulatlat MANILA – Various progressive groups today, July 7, continued to protest the Supreme Court (SC)’s affirmation of martial law in Mindanao, as they warned of its possible extension, not only in Mindanao but in other parts of the country. The groups said they will keep staging protests, with a major…
This year’s theme is “Here Together.”
“We have learned this from history: martial law did not bring peace.”