Tags: Concerned Artists of the Philippines

Responding to Escolta’s street vendors: How do we provide relief and security to the economically vulnerable?

Most of us may be afraid and cautious of this invisible virus possibly lurking in our vicinity. But for the economically vulnerable, it is the untrustworthy authorities that they are most afraid of during this quarantine. With Duterte’s order to shoot anyone who does not obey, the police were given even more power to assert their authority over the vendors and homeless.

Film and fascism: Notes on the first Cinema Kritika

That violence is normal and impunity inevitable, the very things we fought against during the first People Power uprising, are the same things this regime wants to make acceptable through Misyon, Bato, Children, and Mindanao so it could justify the Drug War and the Martial Law.

Kampuhan ng mga manggagawang agrikultural, dinepensahan ng kolektibong pagluluto

Ni ROGENE A. GONZALES Nitong Pebrero 10 nang umaga sa pangunguna ng Sama-samang Artista para sa Kilusang Agraryo (SAKA) inilunsad ang Luto! Laban! Sunday Cookout para sa NAMASUFAsa Liwasang Bonifacio, Maynila. Tumungo ang mga artistang alyado ng SAKA at mga boluntaryo mula sa industriya ng sining, kultura, at kaalaman sa protest camp ng Nagkahiusang Mamumuo…

By RONALYN V. OLEA Bulatlat.com MANILA — The Concerned Artists of the Philippines (CAP) has started a roving exhibit of “Artista ng Bayan” (People’s Artists), portraits of 12 Filipino artists who “used their art in their struggle for a better society.” The “Artista ng Bayan” exhibit opened Oct. 24, at the Sining Kamalig Gallery at…

In a forum today, March 13, between the relatives and lawyers/supporters of the Morong 43, the relatives expressed the difficulties they face more than a month after the 43 health workers were taken by soldiers during a health training in Morong, Rizal. They spoke of the hardships they have to endure each time they visit their relatives in Camp Capinpin, the harassment many of them continue to face from the military, and of their despair in seeing their loved ones behind bars.