"We came here to ask for justice."
Why the revolution--and the people's army--in the Philippines has lasted all these years.
Despite a promise of change, indigenous Lumad killings in the Philippines continue.
In the southern Philippine town of Tampakan, the B'laan people are waging a war against large-scale gold and copper mining.
Read on to know why, for national minorities in the Philippines, there is still a long way to go in achieving self determination.
Indigenous Peoples are marching in protest in the Philippines, and here's why.
The year 1997 was supposedly a landmark year for indigenous peoples in the Philippines with the passage Republic Act (RA) 8371, or the Indigenous People’s Rights Act (IPRA). Many hailed it as an enlightened law that will help ensure the self- determination of the indigenous peoples in the country.
I want martial law declared in the Philippines because I want this nation to be great again.