Karapatan called on the Malolos Regional Trial Court Branch 19 “to act with haste in undertaking the promulgation hearing on the charges of kidnapping and serious illegal detention with serious physical injuries filed by farmer-brothers Raymond and Reynaldo Manalo.”
This afternoon, Marcos Jr. delivered his second State of the Nation Address, which, according to progressives, avoided all the contentious issues facing the current administration.
Agricultural workers and farmers remain in endless wait as agrarian reform takes a backseat under the Marcos Jr. administration.
Aside from breaking barriers in the themes they are covering, the growing PPOP movement in the music industry is also slowly changing the entertainment landscape.
For the People’s Summit organizers, Ferdinand Marcos Jr has “no love” for the Philippines as last year’s demands remain unheeded amid the worsening situation.
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“Marcos Jr.’s ‘friend to all’ foreign policy dangerously places the country in the midst of Washington and Beijing’s increased jostling for global superiority.”
The end song Freedom comes alive with today’s commemoration of independence day. By telling A’Tin “you are my freedom,” SB19 prompts our consciousness to rely on the masses in the struggle for self-rule.
Combined with the visuals that the music video served, SB19’s Gento also appears to give a nod to not just the struggle of the Mahalima themselves but also that of the ordinary folk.
Danilo Ramos of Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas (KMP) said that the prevailing hunger and poverty among Filipino farmers are the “direct result of centuries-old landlessness.”
In this list, Bulatlat highlights women migrant rights activists who rose to the challenge of standing behind beleaguered Filipino migrant workers and the families they left behind.
“This year’s International Working Women’s Day is a challenge for us to push these issues front and center, to confront the Marcos administration to address our demands as working women.”