• Teachers receive death threats; suffer red-tagging from educ official

    Alliance
    of Concerned Teachers (ACT) officers revealed receiving death threats through
    phone calls this morning.

    In
    a statement, ACT in Central Luzon said Raymond Basilo, ACT national secterary
    general, as well as three members of their regional executive board received
    separate calls and text messages from a person…

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  • Groups demand junking of TRAIN Law

    Progressive organizations and Partylist groups held protested at the office of Bureau of Internal Revenue in Quezon City Wednesday, February 12, demanding the junking of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion Law (TRAIN) and Oil Deregulation Law.

    Saying both laws have severely eroded the people's economic…

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  • Kampuhan ng mga manggagawang agrikultural, dinepensahan ng kolektibong pagluluto

    Ni Roge Gonzales

    Nitong Pebrero 10 ng umaga, sa pangunguna ng
    Sama-samang Artista para sa Kilusang Agraryo (SAKA), inilunsad ang Luto! Laban! Sunday Cookout para sa NAMASUFA
    sa Liwasang Bonifacio, Maynila.

    Tumungo ang mga artistang alyado ng SAKA at mga
    boluntaryo mula sa industriya ng sining, kultura, at kaalaman…

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  • On Maria Ressa’s arrest

    Rappler CEO Maria Ressa was arrested last night when the courts were already closed, preventing her from posting bail and forcing her to spend a night in jail. Ressa and Rappler are facing other charges after President Rodrigo Duterte expressed anger over the media outfit's critical reportage of his government.

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  • Journos raise alarm over anonymous drug lists

    BACOLOD CITY – The media community in Negros Occidental is up in arms following the circulation since late last week of at least three lists of purported “drug protectors” that included at least 15 of their colleagues.

    The journalists said they are worried that the circulation of the anonymous lists could put…

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