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Stalked by Death: Indigenous Lumad killings continue in the Philippines

The Lumad peoples of the southern Philippine island of Mindanao are composed of 18 different ethnolingustic groups, including the B’laan, Higaonon, Manobo and Subanon peoples. They are some of the poorest people in the country despite the fact that their ancestral lands are some of the most fertile lands on the island and much of the mineral resources of Mindanao are located within their territories. 1,599 more words


OFWs march vs. modern-day slavery, legacies of Martial Law on Bonifacio Day

“If Bonifacio were alive today, he would be at the forefront of the continuing struggle of migrants and workers against modern-day slavery and imperialist exploitation, and the Duterte administration’s betrayal of the Filipino people by allowing the burial of the late dictator Marcos at the Libingan ng mg Bayani.” 562 more words


Oplan Bayanihan, Salot sa Mamamayan

Patuloy pa rin ang madugong operasyon ng mga militar sa kanayunan sa ilalim ng bandera ng Oplan Bayanihan. Matatandaang nilagdaan ang joint agreement na ito sa pagitan ng United States at rehimeng Aquino noong 2010 at na-renew bago magtapos ang panunungkulan ng nasabing pangulo. 101 more words