The national youth group Anakbayan challenged a Palparan lawyer today to produce proof regarding his claim that University of the Philippines students Karen Empeno and Sherlyn Cadapan are ‘still alive’ and that the lawyer is not engaged in ‘decoy tactics’ to protect his fugitive client.

Yesterday, Atty. Jesus Santos, representing the fugitive retired Gen. Jovito […]

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The First Quarter Storm of 1970: Its Impact on Philippine Politics

by Satur C. Ocampo

Speech at the forum sponsored by the First Quarter Storm Movement (FQSM),
Contend-UP, and Anakbayan held at the Claro Mayo Recto Hall, Faculty Center, UP Diliman
January 30, 2012

A pleasant, lively morning to everyone!

Before we begin, […]

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The presence of U.S troops is like a gun to the head of the Filipino people. They have been used, continue to be used, and will be used again to suppress any moves towards genuine freedom and democracy in our country. In the last century, there have been so many countries* which have either been […]

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“Gaano man katagal lutuin ang isang ulam, di pa rin ito makakain kung bulok ang mga rekado”

(No matter how long you cook a dish, its still inedible if the ingredients are spoiled)

This was the reaction of Vencer Crisostomo, national chairperson of Anakbayan, to Education Secretary Armin Luistro’s comparison of education to a viand […]

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Anakbayan condemns the physical assault and terrorizing of three University of the Philippines Diliman (UP) students at the hands of members of the 70th Infantry Battalion-Philippine Army last January 21 in Porac, Pampanga.

The three are all BS Community Development students who were in the community for their ‘fieldwork’, or practicum/on-the-job-training, a requirement for all […]

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The national youth group Anakbayan called on lawmakers today to focus
on pending legislation in Congress regarding petroleum prices, saying
it has lost hope that President Benigno ‘Noynoy’ Aquino III and the
Dept. of Energy (DOE) will take any real steps towards stopping the
overpricing done by local oil companies.

Members […]

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Press Release
January 24, 2012

“Hindi makakain ang impeachment”
Youth groups call on government to stop oil price, tuition hikes

Amidst the impeachment trial of Suprement Court Chief Justice Renato Corona in the Senate, hundreds of youth and students marched to Mendiola today to call on the government to stop the incessant oil […]

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Two days before the New York-based Human Rights Watch announced that President Benigno ‘Noynoy’ Aquino III failed to curb human rights violations by state security forces, three Community Development students from the University of the Philippines were assaulted and terrorized by members of the Philippine Army in Porac, Pampanga.

According to Vencer Crisostomo, Anakbayan national […]

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Amidst the impeachment trial of Suprement Court Chief Justice Renato Corona in the Senate, hundreds of youth and students marched to Mendiola today to call on the government to stop the incessant oil price hikes and impending tuition increases.

“Hindi makakain ng mamamayan ang impeachment. Dapat bigyan din ng atensyon ang pagpigil sa pagtaas ng […]

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Incident: Harassment, intimidation, verbal and physical abuse

Location: Brgy. Camias, Porac, Pampanga

Date of Incident: Enero 21, 2012

Perpetrators: Apat (4) na miyembro ng 70th Infantry Battalion-Philippine Army

 

Noong Enero 21, 2012, tatlong estudyante ng BS Community Development mula sa University of the Philippines Diliman, kasama ang apat na minor-de-edad na Aeta, ay hinarass, […]

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Press Release
January 22, 2012

“Ang makintab lang sa administrasyong ito ay yung bunbunan ng pangulo.”

This was the reaction of youth group ANAKBAYAN to the statements of Noynoy Aquino lauding the LP, calling the current campaign to impeach Corona one of LP’s “brightest moments.”

ANAKBAYAN national chairperson Vencer Crisostomo said that the administration’s […]

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