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Mga salitang bawal, mga rehimeng nabuwal

Sa buktot na pagtingin, inaakala ng mga nasa kapangyarihan na ang pagsikil sa pagkalat ng teksto ay sapat na para tuldukan ang mga ideyang nais nilang pigilan. Subalit kasaysayan na rin ang magtuturo, gaya sa mga halimbawang nailahad sa itaas, na ang mga “subersibong ideya” ay hindi lang kalipunan ng mga salita kundi produkto ng kolektibong pagkilos ng mga taong naninindigan.

Libro bilang droga

Sa gitna ng pandemya, inaasahan ang ligtas na pagbabalik ng mga estudyante sa kanilang eskuwelahan. Bukod sa silid-aralan, makakapasok na rin sila sa silid-aklatan. Paano mapapaunlad ang kanilang kaisipan kung ang mga libro doon ay pinapakialaman ng gobyerno? Bakit kailangang ipagbawal ang mga diumanong subersibo?

In defense of academic freedom, teachers make ‘subversive’ books accessible

“If we are truly free and democratic, we allow our citizens to have free and open access to information for them to critically think about their decisions and fully participate in democratic processes and uphold human rights and social justice all of which are embedded in our constitution.” By ANNE MARXZE D. UMIL Bulatlat.com MANILA…

Rights group demands explanation on solitary confinement of political prisoner

Karapatan-Southern Tagalog is asking the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) Mimaropa and the Regional Trial Court Branch 81 for an explanation to the allegations that Maria Teresa Dioquino is being held in solitary confinement and harassed by military intelligence officials.

For clinching pay hike and benefits, Wyeth union harassed by state agents

The union was also able to clinch other benefits even in the middle of the pandemic, such as free boarding, free meals, door-to-door shuttle service, an additional P220 meal allowance, free testing, an additional 14-day sick leave for those who test positive for COVID-19, free face masks, face shields, and vitamins, among others.