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Category Archives: Workers
Ever since LFS-SFSU has existed, one of our main goals has been to not only talk about and study the movement in the Philippines, but to experience it for ourselves. As a chapter of LFS in the Philippines and a … Continue reading
ON THE COUP D’ETAT IN HONDURAS By Prof. Jose Maria Sison Chairperson, International Coordinating Committee International League of Peoples’ Struggle 08 July 2009 Before the dawn of June 28 in Honduras, some 200 heavily armed soldiers of the Honduran army … Continue reading
Story Location: http://www.bworldonline.com/BW062609/content.php?id=143 Philippines: Revolutionary option “Whether one sympathizes with it or not, the fact is that this revolutionary movement is present and exerts significant political influence. It continues to challenge the ruling system and regime in power at every … Continue reading
Filipino American Youth March on International Workers’ Day to Demand Education and Legalization for All
Press Statement May 1, 2009 Reference: Melissa Reyes, Vice Chair, LFS-SFSU, email: email@example.com Filipino American Youth March on International Workers’ Day to Demand Education and Legalization for All San Francisco—The League of Filipino Students-SFSU Chapter proudly recognizes this powerful day … Continue reading
(taken from http://kiwizzo.wordpress.com/, please share this with folks) May 1st Press Statement Rupert Estanislao, SF Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines (English) From childhood well into adulthood the bitter truth I learned is that I would never be able … Continue reading
PLEASE DISTRIBUTE WIDELY!!! Hello everyone, In celebrating International Worker’s Day and as a buildup activity for the upcoming May 1 mobilization. We’re inviting you, your family, friends, co-workers and members to hear testimonies/ stories of workers from different industries on … Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 27, 2009 Reference: Rhonda Ramiro, Secretary-General, BAYAN-USA, email: firstname.lastname@example.org The Struggle Continues… Even in the Age of Obama, Filipino-Americans Must Fight for Genuine Immigration Reform Statement of BAYAN-USA on May Day 2009 The US Chapter of … Continue reading