As Filipinos return to the polling precinct next month, Bulatlat, the Philippines’ longest-running online alternative news and authority in human rights reporting, has revisited the stand of those running for president and vice president on issues confronting the marginalized and the oppressed. This is part of Bulatlat’s commitment to truth-telling, defending press freedom, and resisting…
Day: April 12, 2022
Historian Francis Gealogo hopes that his TikTok videos will not only remind people of bits and pieces of facts in Philippine history but also its continuing relevance.
During the pandemic, students faced difficulties with distance learning, citing lack of gadgets, slow internet connection, and lack of conducive environment to study, to name a few. There were also students who were forced to work on the side to make ends meet for their families.