Five years ago today, the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos was given a hero’s burial, much to the dismay of the victims of martial law. Bulatlat compiled stories on the horrors of martial law. Let the dead bury their dead “Cemetery of Heroes” is the English translation of “Libingan ng mga Bayani,” where burying the remains of…
By REIN TARINAY Bulatlat.com MANILA — EngageMedia, in partnership with Bulatlat, will be streaming Tech Tales, a collection of short films human rights issues in the digital space on Nov. 20, 2021. Four of the eight films are slated to be streamed on Saturday, which will cover issues such as online gender-based violence in Indonesia,…
As part of its truth-telling and media literacy advocacy, Bulatlat has been streaming live on its Kumu channel, Bulatlatan20 in the past weeks.
IT experts said that the behavior flagged in the cyberattacks against alternative news sites does not exhibit normal browsing, contrary to the claims during the budget deliberations before the House of Representatives that it was a mere “surfing activity.”
“Without a doubt, oppressors are shaken by her voice. When Nanay Mameng speaks, everyone listens.”
Photo by Clemente Bautista
Lunar eclipse as seen in Alfonso, Cavite around 7:20 p.m today, May 26, 2021. Photos by JM Abcede.
“We are more than just death statistics. We are your children, your siblings, your friends, your family. We are your fellow Filipinos, who deserve love, kindness, justice, and dignity.”
Junjie Bangkiao and Ebeng Mayor are but two of the too many Filipino LGBTQIA+ community members who have experienced hate crimes in the country.
Peasant advocates biked their way to Department of Agriculture today to press for food self-sufficiency and to call for justice for peasant leader Joseph Canlas.