Like other human rights defenders, journalists writing about human rights have been treated as targets by those who have no respect for life and liberties of the Filipino people.
Over three years ago, the nation has been promised: change is coming. And change did come, but things took a turn for the worse. As the nation marks President Rodrigo Duterte’s third year in power, we look back in sheer dismay over the unprecedented attacks perpetrated primarily by the state, with the apparent goal of…
Three years into his presidency, people’s calls and aspirations for genuine change resound ever so loudly under Rodrigo Roa Duterte. In this special page, Bulatlat is collating its reports on how the present administration has fared.
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.
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.
This Week, Bulatlat reflects on the so-called independence of the Philippines from foreign intervention.
This Week, Bulatlat looks back on the first ever recorded case of AIDS in the US and the continuing fight against discrimination and for right to health.
Bulatlat looks back on the birth anniversary of Fernando Amorsolo. Today, he continues to inspire artists to create pieces of art work that reflect the struggles and aspirations of the Filipino people
This Week, Bulatlat looks back on Mao Tse Tung’s Great Leap Forward
A snippet of Makabayan miting de avance on May 7 at Plaza Miranda, Quiapo, Manila.
Here’s a snippet of how Filipino journalists marked the World Press Freedom Day. They capped the day with Freedom Festival Jam where artists signify their support for press freedom and the people’s right to know.