A day after the May 9 elections, supporters of Leni Robredo, members of election watchdogs and progressive groups hold a symbolic protest in front of the Commission on Elections office in Manila against what they called as the ‘dirtiest’ election in recent years.
These three short documentaries show how the New Clark City, touted as the first green city in the country, has wreaked havoc on the livelihood of Ayta Hung-ey and on the environment. Their collective rights, particularly the right to their ancestral domain, have been deliberately violated.
Watch this festive gathering of #LeniKiko2022 supporters in Quezon City.
The Aytas in sitio Sapang Kawayan, barangay Ayanguren in Capas, Tarlac are defending their ancestral domain against the incursion of government agency and large corporations.
Senatorial candidate and former Bayan Muna Rep. Neri Colmenares insists that Duterte will use the law against the opposition this coming elections.
With a stricter lockdown set to begin tomorrow, Bulatlat is reposting our previous reports on how the government cannot rely solely on lockdown to curb the spread of the more transmissible, more deadly Delta Variant of COVID-19.
Hindi lang sa Commonwealth Avenue nagprotesta ang mga progresibong grupo kundi sa iba’t ibang lugar sa loob at labas ng bansa.
Exactly a week since the “Bloody Sunday,” our Southern Tagalog correspondent Justin Umali sits down for a huntahan to discuss the context behind the series of police operations that killed nine, and arrested three.
The music video shows Reina Mae Nasino’s continuing struggle against injustice as she remains in jail over trumped-up charges.
In this episode, Bulatlat looks back to the Great Depression and the ongoing crisis of US imperialism.
Featuring artworks inspired by the plight and struggle of political prisoner Reina Mae Nasino and her daughter Baby River.