“Let us stand together in calling for peace in our country.”
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,…
In their posts, Filipino netizens have expressed their doubts over the same-old “nanlaban” narrative of the police who claimed that the slain Grade 11 student resisted arrest and fired at the cops.
“We must address the roots of what makes for the proliferation of the illegal drug trade and not just give the police a license to kill.”
This is proof that free education for all is possible and just,”
“Malayong lupain amin mang marating. Di rin magbabago ang damdamin.”
Among those arrested are three volunteer teachers of Alcadev.
By CHARIS MAE RIVERA Bulatlat MANILA- Students from different schools and levels gathered today, July 18, at St. Scholastica’s College-Manila (SSC) to denounce drug-related extrajudicial killings under President Duterte, as an advanced counterpoint to the State of the Nation Address (SONA) he will deliver on July 24. Among those at the gathering were the Millennials…
“We showed it is possible for iskolars ng bayan to unite.”
“We call on iskolars ng bayan to not let up the pressure on the UP administration lest it retracts this decision to stop tuition collection.”
UP has been allocated P376 million to cover the tuition of all students, yet fee collection continues.