At the time of the alleged incident that took place in Cadiz City, Lacadman was working as barangay secretary in Cacutud, Mabalacat, Pampanga. She was also a former staff of a church-based program in Angeles City, Pampanga.
Month: March 2018
By RENAN ORTIZ
Holy Week 2018 is a crucial opportunity for radical conversion. Jesus who has suffered so much for us, Filipinos, is inviting us participate in his crucifixion, death and resurrection so that without any fear and hesitation we participate in the transformation of the country. By FR. PETE MONTALLANA Bulatlat.com While waiting for my turn to…
The #MarchForOurLives rally is an outcome of a brave and thoughtful organizing among the youth. They gathered together, reached out to other youths, organizations, institutions, and eventually, the power and speed at which they were holding fast to a belief in the form of an urgent campaign compelled politicians, celebrities, and even ordinary people to share their resources and make the march for our lives happen nationwide. These young people believe in defending lives. And there is nothing more radical, more basic than organizing and politicizing for the defense of lives.
“We do not object the rehabilitation of Boracay, it must have been done before. But we will not let a foreign company to enter and plunder our resources and violate our patrimony in the name of profit.”
By DEE AYROSO
Many workers at the Sta. Rosa plant have been considered contractual despite eighteen 18 years of service. The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) has already released a final and executory order to regularize all 675 contractual workers but the CCFPI has repeatedly refused to carry out the order.
“…Malacanang is either cooking up a scenario that will justify a massive tokhang-style killing of activists or it is one of those attempts to evade accountability from domestic and international human rights instruments.”
Military presence in Eastern Visayas is likened to the prevalence of pests in the area — a burden and a pretext to greater destruction of farmers’ crops and even their lives. Following the arrival of the military in each village is always a long list of rights violations and the continued culture of impunity.
“I am so thankful that I finished college. I am so grateful for all those who supported our education.”
By RAYMUND VILLANUEVA