“National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr.’s actions show that this government is indeed hell-bent on silencing its critics using the entire extent of its resources and through deliberately magnifying technicalities to veer the conversation away from the core issue of state-sponsored attacks by the Duterte government. ”
Month: July 2019
By DEE AYROSO
This Week on People’s History: End of Slavery in New York
This week, Bulatlat looks back on the emancipation of slaves in New York City and the continuing struggle of the African American against racism, discrimination, and the curtailing of their rights.
San Fernando RTC finds suspect in Geertman murder guilty
A suspect in the killing of a Dutch lay missionary in Angeles City on July 3, 2012 was found guilty by the San Fernando City Regional Trial Court this morning.
Child advocacy group urges UN member-countries to support probe on rights violations in PH
For the investigation to push through, the UN must garner at least 24 votes from the 47 member states.
Tanggol Wika sa Pagbubukas ng Klase
Katatapos lang ng Hunyo at magsimula na ang klase at ang pagharap ng ilang mga kababayan sa maraming mga usapin sa edukasyon. Muli na namang tampok ang usapin ng wika sa pagtuturo sa paaralan, isang usapin na tila kasintagal na ng mahabang kasaysayan ng pagtuturo at kontrobersya sa wika sa kapuluan.
Didipio residents stage barricade as Oceanagold continues operation sans license
“The ongoing barricade by the affected citizens in Nueva Vizcaya echoes the battle that we’ve been long fighting. We want them gone and be held liable for their atrocities…”
Former PTV cameraman gunned down in Davao del Norte
Former PTV cameraman, Reymund Paciol, was shot dead by an unidentified gunman in front of his house in Tagum City, June 30.
This Week on People’s History: Stonewall Riots
This week, we look back on the historic Stonewall Riots that paved the way for the LGBTQI+ movement against gender-based violence, discrimination and other issues.