“Environmental heroes and martyrs like Kalinga chieftain Macli-ing Dulag and Calaca fisherfolk leader Erning Castillano sacrificed their lives in the struggles against these destructive projects.”
Day: April 20, 2016
“Kung walang korap, walang mahirap. Ito ang tuwid na daan.” We first heard this phrase six years ago, in TV ads, campaign jingles and yellow posters that filled the streets. And now, another candidate is using the magic phrase again. But what exactly is this tuwid na daan legacy? This two-part article tackles the state…
“The environmental crimes committed during the dictatorship are bound to happen again if Bongbong Marcos gets one step closer to Malacañang.”
Environmental activists and advocates say they want for zero vote for Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr.
The Peoples Coalition on Food Sovereignty (PCFS) noted that the ongoing Senate inquiry revealed anomalies in calamity fund distribution and the government’s failure to provide food relief to families suffering from the effects of El Niño.
“Two Cojuangco-Aquinos have won the presidency with the promise to distribute Hacienda Luisita to us farmworkers. But look at what’s happening to us here now,” Sibayan said.
Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. is leading in the latest surveys on who voters are inclined to choose as vice-president come May 9. The news is troubling as well as perplexing. The very real prospect that the political heirs of the Dictator Marcos will be returning to Malacañang marks a major advance in the full blown…