“…protest actions were launched to show the people’s opposition to further economic plunder and militarism that will only serve as added burdens for the region’s long-suffering peoples.”
These are, indeed, interesting times to live in, and we the people have accepted the challenge.
More than 3,000 Moro and Indigenous Peoples converged in Manila to demand that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte fulfill his promise to bring genuine peace and development to national minorities.
“(T)hese images of the People’s SONA, in a collaborative effort by LENTE’s photographers, depict the true conditions of the nation straight from the people themselves.”
It is important to note, however, that wars also affect (mostly negatively) the lives of those in the vicinity of the war.
Matagal na ang panggigiit sa karapatan sa lupa sa iba’t ibang panig ng bansa.
Farmers are unwilling to remain landless while the Cojuangco family refuses to give way in the disputed land of Hacienda Luisita.
#OccupyPabahay sparked similar occupy movements across the country.
Farmers reclaim and occupy land in Hacienda Luisita.