On International Day of Action for Rivers, Bulatlat looks back on the people’s resistance against dam as they defend their ancestral domains and the environment.
This week, Bulatlat looks back on the publishing of The Communist Manifesto and its relevance today.
Today, Bulatlat looks back on the history of Valentine’s Day and why it’s a friendly reminder to show your love to your country too.
This week in people’s history, Bulatlat looks back on the birth anniversary of the first Filipina film actress and National Artist for theater and music, Honorata dela Rama also known as Atang.
Children of the victims of the #AmpatuanMassacre perform a song at the massacre site in sitio Masalay, barangay Salman, Ampatuan town in Maguindanao, Nov. 17 to commemorate the 10th year of the single deadliest attack on journalists in recent history.
Most of the victims who fell prey to the bloodied claws of tokhang are economic providers in their respective families. Evidently, the result of this senseless war on drugs has exacerbated the already precarious state of poor families in this barangay.
Pag-aresto sa community journalist sa Negros, kinundena
Local folks simultaneously do panag-aapoy (light a fire) on the graves of their departed relatives which gives a sight of bonfire across the cemetery. They believe that the fires give warmth and light to their departed loved ones. According to some community members, panag-aapoy is also a way of connecting to the souls of their ancestors.
Filipino farmers call for subsidy amid the influx of imported rice from other countries.
The artworks remind us that the poor of San Roque are human beings deserving of dignity.