Members of progressive organizations hold an indignation protest August 11 at the Commission on Human Rights following the killing of Randall Echanis, Anakpawis chairperson and consultant of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines.
In this week’s Bulatlatan, Advocacy and publication officer of Ramento Project for Rights Defenders, Vaughn Geuseppe Alviar discusses citizen’s role on truth-telling. HOSTED BY REIN TARINAY EDITED BY AARON MACARAEG
Filipino children responded to the call of a doctor to create handmade cards for #COVID19PH patients.
An original composition of the Concerned Artists of the Philippines released in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic
The multibillion peso dam is part of the New Centennial Water Source-Kaliwa Dam Project (NCWSP) by the Philippine Government in 2012. The 600-meter dam is said to solve the water supply shortage in the country’s capital Metro Manila. Planned to harness water from the Kaliwa River and its tributaries, the dam will be constructed in…
This week, Bulatlat looks back on the publishing of The Communist Manifesto and its relevance today.
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.
Pag-aresto sa community journalist sa Negros, kinundena
Filipino farmers call for subsidy amid the influx of imported rice from other countries.
A health worker of 18 years, union leader Eleazar Sobinsky shares why he is joining the United People’s SONA protest on Monday, July 22.
In this video, public school teacher Roel Mape shares how they carry out their commitment of providing quality education beyond the four walls of the classroom, including why they are joining this year’s United People’s SONA.