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Baguio City events

Youthspeak: Oppression lives on, so will the revolution

On November 30, progressive youth organizations, student councils, and student publications under the College Editors’ Guild of Philippines gathered in the Metro-Baguio Youth Assembly to commemorate Andres Bonifacio and his heroic deeds.

As rights violations intensify, CPA convenes congress on Int’l Human Rights Day

BAGUIO CITY — On the theme Resist the Fascist US-Duterte Regime! Courageously Advance the Struggle for Ancestral Land, Self-Determination and National Democracy, the Cordillera Peoples Alliance unites its members from indigenous peasant organizations, workers, youth and students, professionals, women and church people to confront the latest wave of human rights violations against activists perpetuated by the Duterte government.

Progressives march against fascism

BAGUIO CITY — Progressive groups chanting “Pasismo Lansagin, Duterte Panagutin” marched down Session Road to Magsaysay Avenue and back late afternoon of November 30 as they called for unity and conserted action against the continuing state of fascism and impunity.

Burburtia Krokis

1 mainis (Ilok)
7 bayan sa Surigao del Norte karatig ng Placer
14 makaskas, unti-unting mabakbak (Eng)
15 tradisyunal na asosasyon sa US para sa karapatang pantao (Eng abbrev)

Baguio journos hold forum on Ampatuan massacre anniv

BAGUIO CITY — It has been eight years since the worst election related violence and deadliest single attack against journalists happened in sitio Masalay, Barangay Salman, Ampatuan town in Maguindanao province and justice has not still been served.

Innabuyog forum on VAW at SLU

BAGUIO CITY — Innabuyog, an alliance of indigenous women’s organizations in the Cordillera, conducted a “Violence Against Women” (VAW) forum, as part of the week-long celebration of Political Science Academic Society’s annual Political Science Week bearing the theme “Social and Political Injustices: We Raise Awareness and We Partake,” held at Saint Louis University (SLU), Baguio City last November 17.

Baguio protests Trump visit

BAGUIO CITY — Progressive groups staged a protest against the arrival of United States President Donald Trump on November 13, Monday.

ASEAN summit extends traffic woes to Baguio City

BAGUIO CITY — Classes were suspended in the city from pre-school to highschool on November 14 to 15 due to heavy traffic caused by the influx of tourists following the declaration of holiday in the Metro Manila area to give way to the ASEAN summit.

Editorial: Retracing the true beginnings of IDEVAW

November 25 marks a very important date for women the world over. Waves of critical events transpired on this particular date bringing to the fore violence against women as a legitimate societal concern in turn engendering awareness towards this issue.

Letters: Baguio traffic and the ASEAN summit

I was in Manila during the ASEAN Summit.The traffic solution in the Metropolis was to suspend classes and work, and it worked somehow for the traffic. However not totally a sound solution as Manila folks went up to Baguio and created horrendous increase in traffic and apparently not anticipated by the City Government.