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#Bulatlat20: 20 years of of fearless reporting on human and people’s rights in the Philippines

#Bulatlat’s human rights reporting is true to its name – to search, probe, investigate, inquire, unearth facts. Its stories chronicle the facts, circumstances and travails of human rights victims, as individuals and collectively, while providing the political and socio-economic contexts. Cite any human rights case in the past twenty years and google them to look for accurate, well-written and relevant stories pertaining to these cases, and you may most probably find them on #Bulatlat’s website.

by KRIZZIA DALE A. VILLAFLOR Bulatlat.com MANILA — Last week, I had the great privilege of attending a lecture of columnist, journalist and college professor Luis V. Teodoro on alternative journalism. Prof. Teodoro recently retired from teaching journalism in University of the Philippines where he was a dean of the College of Communications for two…