Amid heavy rains, an estimate of 500 lumads marched from People Power Monument to the national headquarters of the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Philippine National Police to condemn the lumad killings in Mindanao allegedly perpetrated by the state forces.
The De La Salle – College of St. Benilde starts its week-long photo exhibit dubbed as ‘Halad sa Lumad’ (Offer to Lumads) to depict the plight of Lumads in Mindanao. Datu Bogok, together with De La Salle students led the ribbon cutting. (contributed photo)
Lumad leaders from Mindanao paint the mural prepared by De La Salle – College of St. Benilde during the opening of their Lumad week photo exhibit, Monday.
Kabataan Partylist’s First Nominee, Sarah Elago, tells stories to the children and other delegates of Manilakbayan 2015 during the children’s story reading session, earlier today. (Earl O. Condeza/davaotoday.com)
The fans’ club of the dubsmash phenomenon, Aldub, a love team born out of a national TV station’s segment, give coloring books to Lumad children in the camp in at Liwasang Bonifacio in Manila on Sunday morning. (Earl O. Condeza/davaotoday.com)
Members of Southwest United Methodist Youth Fellowship join the call to stop Lumad killings in Mindanao after leaders from Manilakbayan – the tribal caravan from Mindanao – explain the issue in a lecture to their organization. (Contributed photo by Mark Francis Kali)
Teachers from Alliance of Concerned Teachers for Peace in Metro Manila held an alternative classroom at the Manilakbayan Kampuhan at Liwasan Bonifacio, Thursday morning. They discuss the issues affecting lumad schools in Mindanao. (Earl O. Condeza/davaotoday.com)
About 500 lumads and human rights groups marched from Liwasang Bonifacio to the national office of the Department of Justice Thursday morning to seek for immediate action on the cases of human rights violations in Mindanao.
In commemoration of the National Day of the Disappeared on November 2, progressive organizations call for the surfacing of all victims of enforced disappearances, from the Marcos to the present Aquino regime.
Women Lumad leaders who joined Manilakbayan plead to Manila Mayor Joseph Ejercito Estrada to extend their stay at Liwasang Bonifacio up to November 22. Erap said it is the national government that prevents them to stay just up to November 12 in preparation for APEC summit here. (Earl O. Condeza/davaotoday.com)