Groups gave tribute to a UP alumnus, one of the nine New People’s Army fighters slain in Nueva Ecija.
Month: September 2017
“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.”
By DEE AYROSO
“We plan the protests to be participated in not just by transport groups but by various sectors, too, because commuters stand to pay the higher costs of this fake jeepney modernization.”
By BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat perspective The death due to hazing of 22-year-old Horacio “Atio” Castillo III shocked the public once more. Castillo died while undergoing hazing by his ‘brothers’ from the Aegis Juris fraternity of the University of Sto. Tomas law school. The public discussion that Castillo’s death generated is comparable to that of Leonardo…
“You can come visit our lands, interact with us, do business with us, but we will resist if you encroach on our lands.”
Today, Sept. 27, is the 152nd birth anniversary of the revolutionary, Gen. Miguel Malvar.
Members of Sikad perform Romulo Sandoval’s 1977 poem, ‘Ang Mga Kriminal’ (The Criminals) during a protest action against Duterte’s war on drugs, Sept. 13 in Manila.
In a symbolic action in Manila on Sept. 19, members of urban poor group Kadamay and artists’ group Resbak portrayed themselves as victims of Duterte’s war on drugs and burn an effigy of the president depicted as ‘Night King.’
ni CARLOS MANINGAT Matagal nang dinudungisan ng kapulisan ang mga pader at kalsada — gamit ang dugo ng mga biktima ng gera kontra droga; matagal nang nakamarka ang panawagan para sa hustisya; Para sa ilang burgis, wais ang paggamit ng buwis kung ang baril ay nakatutok sa mga mukha ng hinagpis.
Lakbayan ‘transports’ the struggle from the remote to the center.