By DEE AYROSO
Tags: alternative journalism
#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.
“Conventional wisdom and education taught us about “balance” and “objectivity” and even “neutrality”. These do not always translate to fairness and sometimes can mask the context and nuances of events amid deadlines.”
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…