Lakbayan ‘transports’ the struggle from the remote to the center.
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Sitio Sandugo: A postscript
The Lakbayan camp is like a river junction from where water rushes stronger towards a new direction.
Holiday or not, groups all set for nationwide rally tomorrow vs. martial law
“He can threaten the people with Martial Law using the Left as scapegoat, like what Marcos did, but it still will not deter the people from gathering in public places to voice their indignation.”
Lakbayan 2017 | NDFP expresses unity with national minorities
The interests of national minorities are in place in the NDFP proposal for social and economic reforms.
National minorities denounce Duterte as ‘US imperialist lackey’
“Duterte continued the War on Terror policy which carried terrorism in our country and the whole world.”
Lakbayan 2017 | Groups say Moro discrimination, Islamophobia worsened by Duterte’s martial law
“We condemn the Dawlah Islamiya in Marawi, but the US-Duterte regime is a bigger terrorist.”
Lakbayan 2017 | Lumad children meet victims of Duterte’s anti-drug ops
“Let us stand together in calling for peace in our country.”
No choice: Why the Lumad and their children are on the march
“We came here to demand justice,”
‘Banwar ti umili’ | Lacub martyrs remembered
The heroes of the people are best remembered by following their example.
Lakbayan 2017 | Maranao youth hopes to find brother who went missing in Marawi
A Marawi City evacuee tells of the hardship of searching for his kin under martial law in Mindanao.
Sitio Sandugo, a place rich in cultures, stories of struggles, plus, tattoo anyone?
Jasmin Adaol is mentored by no less than Whang-od, the oldest living original tattoo artist of the Kaigorotan.