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- Philippine Activists Hear Cuban
- By Aaron Ruby and Marnie Kennedy, The
, 3 July 1995. Cuban youth leader Alejandro
Herrera Agete addressed dozens of workers and students
here during a seven-day tour. Three Philippine
groups—SANLAKAS, the League of Filipino Students
(LFS), and Amistad, a solidarity group with the Cuban
revolution—invited the Union of Young Communists
(UJC) of Cuba leader.
- A new First Quarter Storm?
- Commentary by Eloy A. Calimoso, Philippine
National Inquirer, Monday 17 January 2000. Between
January and March 1970, militant students, workers and
farmers staged demonstrations to protest oil price hikes,
graft and corruption in government, and the worsening
economic situation. This period of politicization marked
by the series of massive protest marches have come to be
known among activists and political observers as the First
Quarter Storm, or simply the FQS.
- Students demand end to ‘bankrupt
- By Herman M. Lagon, Visayas News Bureau, The
Manila Times, 26 November 2000. Thousands of
students and young people from all over Iloilo province
demand an immediate end to the
regime, the ouster of the most popular Filipino
President since Ramon Magsaysay.
- Democratic Association of the
- From the Democratic Association of the Youth-Philippines
(SDK), 28 December 2003. A progressive youth organization
in the Philippines. SDK calls for the systemic change in
our society, which is controlled by ruling corporate
elite. It envisions a society governed by the toiling
masses and practice direct and participatory