"If you wish to hear us, listen to what we are not allowed to say."



This is Datu Mansoladlad from the Banwaon Lumad tribe of Mindanao in the Philippines. The Banwaon and other Lumad tribes have been in recent years fighting an uphill battle to retain control of their ancestral lands. The government has intensified... Continue Reading →


And nothing is as worth fighting for as living a decent life free from all worries such as job insecurity.

These Lumad children will not stop fighting for their rights, and neither should we.

There are over 3 million homeless people in the Philippines, one of the highest in the world

" is expected that land disputes will continue while the elite and the government continue to deny farmers and tillers their right to land."

the government has yet to come up with a viable solution to mitigate the effects of the El Nino phenomenon on the lives of Filipino farmers and indigenous peoples

Large scale destructive mining destroys ancestral lands of indigenous peoples and worsens the climate crisis.

In 2016, almost 3000 Moro and indigenous peoples arrived in Manila from different parts of the country to assert their right to self determination

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