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MANILA — The administration of the Lyceum of the Philippines Manila (LPU-Manila) has locked the office of the student publication The Lyceum Independent Sentinel, Oct. 6. Security guards also barred students who wore black shirts and black ribbons from entering the university premises, following the Black Friday protest staged in front of the school. The…
“What is not being explained fully to the public is the component of corporate takeover and imminent threat of fare hikes in the government’s so-called jeepney modernization program.”
Two teachers interviewed by Bulatlat shared joys, inspiration, and overcoming anxieties as they help the Lumad children with their education, which they were deprived of for so long.
By ISIDOROS KARDERINIS The German elections of September 24th, 2017, due to the country’s specific political, financial and historical strength, have undoubtedly been at the center of international and European interest. Their results were marked by the winning of the Christian Union CDU / CSU led by Chancellor Angela Merkel, even with a lower percent,…
Two female leaders of Anakbayan were targeted in the latest cases of harassment against activists.
“There will be no dissent if only the government were truthful in serving the people.”
Tireless, hardworking, and dedicated, the educator is greatly missed by students and other teachers.
Asked when the Commission on Human Rights could join the mission to “validate” the rights violations, lawyer Carmelita Rosete of the CHR’s Field Operation Office said that depends on the schedule of their regional counterpart.
Groups gave tribute to a UP alumnus, one of the nine New People’s Army fighters slain in Nueva Ecija.
“The campus security personnel nailed the doors shut, forcibly removed the students and threatened that they will be arrested and brought to the police if they try to assert their rights. Activists are being threatened with expulsion.”