TODAY’S BANNER: Agrarian reform and equal wealth distribution will solve PH labor plight, experts say

By Maria Katreena Saguid Continuing the long-standing tradition of rallies to commemorate the birth of Andres Bonifacio, hero and peasant leader, labor groups took the streets on to demand true reforms in labor policy, Nov. 30. Implement a national minimum wage and end contractualization were the cries of labor groups in a protest held in … Continue reading TODAY’S BANNER: Agrarian reform and equal wealth distribution will solve PH labor plight, experts say

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Diokno: kailan naging masama ang manindigan?

by Angela Christa Coloma A DAY after her "controversial" resignation as the head of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines, Maria Serena Diokno took to the streets November 30 and urged millennials not to turn their backs against their history. "Wag natin kalimutan ang ating kasaysayan. Wag natin talikuran ang ating kasaysayan," Diokno told … Continue reading Diokno: kailan naging masama ang manindigan?

World gazes upon the closest supermoon to Earth

In Photo: The closest "supermoon" to earth was seen on Nov. 14 | Photo credits to NASA By Jan Darnel Domalanta SKYGAZERS flocked near fields, skyscrapers and other popular viewing spots last Nov. 14 to observe one of the largest supermoons in the last 68 years. This unusual supermoon, described by the National Aeronautics and … Continue reading World gazes upon the closest supermoon to Earth

Solons seek to create a dep’t for OFWs

In Photo: House of Representatives in a regular session | courtesy of ffemagazine.com By Maria Katreena Saguid THE HOUSE of Representatives is bound to consolidate six bills to create a department that can “provide prompt, immediate and effective response” to the needs of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs ). According to a press release dated Nov. 10, house committees on government … Continue reading Solons seek to create a dep’t for OFWs