This Week on People’s History, Bulatlat remembers the historic signing of the UN Declaration of Human Rights that took place 70 years ago.
In this episode of This Week on People’s History, Bulatlat remembers the historic Battle of Tirad Pass, led by the young general Gregorio Del Pillar, against American colonizers.
This Week on People’s History: International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and the assassination of the Mirabal sisters
15,000 protesters marched from different assembly points in Metro Manila and converged at Rizal Park (formerly Luneta), Sept. 21 echoing the call, “Never Again to Martial Law!”
Three mothers of victims of Duterte’s drug war narrate how they have risen up from grief and despair to finding hope in the struggle for justice.
In this video, former Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno and lawyer Neri Colmenares explain why people should reject the present administration’s plan to shift to a federal form of government.
The first United People’s SONA gathered broad and diverse groups of people to share “the true SONA” on Monday, July 23, 2018. From the main converging areas all over the University of the Philippines in Diliman to the march to Commonwealth, the participants demonstrated organized discipline and displayed similar calls in their colorful attire and banners.
Bago mag-ulat sa SONA si Pang. Duterte sa Lunes, isa-isahin muna natin ang mga pangakong binitiwan niya sa mga nakaraang SONA.
Paano natin titingnan ang sunos-sunod na pagpatay ng mga local government officials sa ilalim ng administrasyong Rodrigo Duterte? Narito ang pagsusuri ni Propesor Luis Teodoro.
“Instead of resisting an assault on the fundamental freedom of the press to decide what to publish, the Inquirer is surrendering the right.”