Anakbayan joins the public in outrage against moves of certain schools to impose grave sanctions upon their students, among them, barring these students from graduation, because of belief by some administrators that they have committed acts “offensive to the schools’ values,” mainly because of photos of them seen on social networking sites.

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Members of the youth group Anakbayan held a lightning rally at the U.S Embassy today to protest what they called ‘the steady transformation of the Philippines into an armed U.S camp’.

According to the group, the docking of the American warship U.S.S Blue Ridge at the Manila South Harbor last Friday is part of the […]

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The youth group Anakbayan slammed the Aquino administration today for ‘Noynoying’ on the issue of college graduates’ unemployment, with the government again resorting to job fairs to give the impression that it is actually doing something.

In a repeat of graduation seasons in previous years, the Dept. of Labor and Employment (DOLE) is again hyping-up […]

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Around half of Batch 2012’s 517 thousand college graduates are expected to end up jobless this year in the face of the Aquino administration’s lack of a coherent plan for job generation and sustainable economic development.

According to the youth group Anakbayan, only 40.8% to 37.4% of all youth members of the labor force […]

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The youth group Anakbayan joined hundreds of urban poor in a march to Mendiola Bridge today, calling on President Benigno ‘Noynoy’ Aquino to address the worsening issue of youth unemployment, especially fresh graduates.

According to Vencer Crisostomo, national chairperson of Anakbayan, around six out of ten college graduates this year face the prospect of joining […]

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President Noynoy Aquino’s “working photos” which the Palace released a few days after the term “noynoying” gained popular meaning have apparently failed to convince netizens. The photos are now being “modified” and are being given the “meme” treatment by young people online.

“Sorry, but the ‘working photos’ — they ain’t working,” said Vencer […]

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PRESS RELEASE
For immediate release
March 21, 2012

Despite jeep fare hike, Anakbayan calls for unity between public transport and commuters against Noynoy and oil companies

Members of the youth group Anakbayan and the KKK alliance (Kilos na Kontra Kartel at Overpricing sa Langis) held a picket rally at the […]

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Youth group Anakbayan today expressed their “sadness and extreme outrage” over news that a mechanical worker killed himself the other day due to problems related to rising education costs.

According to Vencer Crisostomo, national chairperson of Anakbayan, this is testament of how insensitive the government has been regarding the problem of rising education costs.

“The […]

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“Bato-bato sa langit, ang tamaan, guilty sa Noynoying” (Those who get hit when we throw stones in the air is guilty of Noynoying)

This was the response today of the youth group Anakbayan to verbal attacks by Budget Secretary Butch Abad against the proponents of ‘Noynoying’, a widely-popular ‘pose’ which is said to reflect President […]

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The youth group Anakbayan stormed the Makati office of oil firm Pilipinas Shell to protest an impending oil price hike this week. Amounting to P0.80 and P0.60 for gasoline and diesel per liter, respectively, this is the 11th oil price hike in 12 weeks.

The group also mocked President Benigno Simeon ‘Noynoy’ Aquino III’s justifications […]

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Kabataan at mamamayan, bumangon laban sa pang-aalipin at pambubusabos!
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Inihanda ng Pambansang Komiteng Tagapagpaganap ng Anakbayan
Marso 2012

‘Noynoying’ – ito ang bagong tawag sa pagtunganga, hindi pagkilos sa panahong may mahalagang dapat gawin, at pagkukunyari na may ginagawa. Sa panahong lalong naghihirap ang karaniwang Pilipino, insultong pagtunganga ang […]

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The youth group Anakbayan mocked President Benigno Simeon ‘Noynoy’ Aquino III for his response to the growing popularity of the ‘Noynoying’ form of protest, with the former calling the latter’s response “just more Noynoying”.

Today, the president claimed an increased purchasing power for Filipinos, supposed booming construction industry, as well as stock market, to support […]

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