This Week, Bulatlat looks back on the first ever recorded case of AIDS in the US and the continuing fight against discrimination and for right to health.
Bulatlat looks back on the birth anniversary of Fernando Amorsolo. Today, he continues to inspire artists to create pieces of art work that reflect the struggles and aspirations of the Filipino people
Sa niraratsadang amendments sa Anti-Terrorism Act, kahit sino ang pwedeng arestuhin, sundan, at tiktikan kung mapaghinalaan kang terorista. Alamin natin kung bakit mapanganib ito para sa ordinaryong mamamayan kasama si Inday Espina-Varona sa episode na ito ng Alab Analysis.
This Week, Bulatlat looks back on Mao Tse Tung’s Great Leap Forward
Maruming halalan, pagkapanalo ng administration candidates, at mga aral ng #Eleksyon2019 – ano ang pagtingin dito ng tumakbong senador na si Neri Colmenares?
A snippet of Makabayan miting de avance on May 7 at Plaza Miranda, Quiapo, Manila.
Scientists, environmentalists and advocates commemorated the #MarchForScience in the Philippines, May 4, at University of the Philippines Diliman in Quezon City. Photos and text by Ronalyn V. Olea/ Bulatlat
Here’s a snippet of how Filipino journalists marked the World Press Freedom Day. They capped the day with Freedom Festival Jam where artists signify their support for press freedom and the people’s right to know.
This week, Bulatlat looks into the history of the International Labor Day and its continuing relevance to the Filipino people’s cry for just wage.
To sustain their fight for regularization and other union rights, Sumifru workers make handmade keychains and tumblers.