“The killings in Tarlac are not isolated incidents but are part of a pattern of abuse and impunity among the police, enabled by the current regime. From the drug war, war on critics, to quarantine enforcement, we reap the horrors today. #StopTheKillingsPH #EndPoliceBrutality” — Renato Reyes, Jr., Secretary General, Bagong Alyansang Makabayan
This was the spot where Jose Maria Sison, fresh from re-establishing the Communist Party of the Philippines the previous year, met with guerrilla leader Bernabe “Ka Dante” Buscayno to establish the New People’s Army in March 29, 1968, Read more
The most recent book of Prof. Jose Ma. Sison, “Crisis Generates Resistance,” is warmly received by the common folk of Central Luzon as it was launched in Tarlac City on January 29, 2016. It was also a tribute to the late Jose V. Yap, Sr. as a “father of peace talks”. Gracing the event are Rep. Silvestre “Bebot” Bello III, Rep. Susan Yap and Gov. Victor Yap. Some review highlights from Makabayan Pres. Satur Ocampo, Tarlac State University Prof. Lino Dizon, and Joseph Canlas of the Peasant Alliance of Central Luzon. Workers participated in a video conference with Prof. Sison. Music by Sining Silangan, Sotana and Musikang Bayan.