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2014 Anniversary Stories

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Dads hail removal of Baguio activists from DOJ terror list

BAGUIO CITY — Two city councilors from Baguio hailed the dropping of Atty. Jose Mencio Molintas and Victoria Tauli Corpuz from the Department of Justice’s terrorist proscription petition against the Communist Party of the Philippines and the New People’s Army.

Ancestral land rights to own, use & control resources: a must for Cordi Autonomy

By ARTHUR L. ALLAD-IW This article is focused on the indigenous peoples’ issues on ownership, use and control of the lands and natural resources. It...

IPRA and NCIP: 17 years of IP rights violations

By CORDILLERA PEOPLES ALLIANCE October 29, 2014 marks 17 years of the Indigenous Peoples Rights Act or RA 8371. The Cordillera Peoples Alliance is...

Industriya ng tabako: Larawan ng monopolyo at mala-pyudalismo

By KYLE EDWARD FRANCISCO Ang tabako ay itinatanim sa mahigit 120 na bansa sa buong mundo sa lagpas apat na milyong ektarya ng lupa. Siyamnapung...

Flow, o mighty Chico River

By GWEN GAONGEN Whenever I travel the Halsema highway the sight of the Chico river and the mountains of the Cordillera range, every time wakes...

Laiban Dam: a Marcos project revived by PNoy

By ARTHUR L. ALLAD-IW BAGUIO CITY — For the indigenous people in the provinces of Rizal and Quezon, they thought their nightmare had ended when...



Hard life for the poor, tougher under lockdown

The poor are bearing most of the brunt of the COVID-19 health crisis. Without sufficient economic and social support, their hard life is becoming tougher each day under the lockdown.