By Satur C. Ocampo At Ground Level | The Philippine Star Peasants and their supporters marched anew to Mendiola last Thursday to commemorate the 28th year of the Mendiola Massacre (Jan. 22, 1987). Again they cried for justice, primarily for the 13 farmer-marchers killed by lethal volleys from state troops and police. Among them were…
Month: January 2015
A Manobo leader and his son are keeping a tradition passed on through generations: the defense of their ancestral lands.
Settlers from Mindoro struggle to own the land that they have tilled for years in Palawan.
“Documented reports show no abatement, but an apparent increase in the number of attacks.”
Anakpawis Partylist continues to push for the Genuine Agrarian Reform Bill in the landlord-dominated Congress.
“We will be watchful in the coming days if the Aquino administration will make a paradigm shift in its programs especially those that concern the urban poor sector.”
By BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat perspective During the visit of Pope Francis from January 15 to 19, time seemed to have gone to a standstill. We had non-working holidays, at least in Metro Manila; there was no traffic, except of course in areas where the roads were blocked and near places where Pope Francis was holding…
A new play on Carmen “Nanay Mameng” Deunida will show who she was before she became an activist.
ni Daniel Victor Dumanhog Bulatlat.com Kalahating kilong bigas ang pagkakasyahin para sa isang buong maghapon. Sa kalderong mauling, kakainin kahit na ang tutong. Gamit ang marungis na kamay na pansubo sa bibig, sisimutin ang pinggan hanggang sa ito ay masaid ng isang pamilyang sa pagkain ay uhaw, mapagtyatyagaan na maski ang kaning bahaw. Na kapag…