Anakbayan Toronto condemns the brutal murder of 72-year old Randall “Ka Randy” Echanis, Chairperson of the Anakpawis party-list and peace consultant of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP). He is the 4th NDF political consultant to be killed, after Sotero Llamas, Randy Malayao, and Julius Giron. Ka Randy was murdered on August 10th by armed men … Continue reading Justice for Randy Echanis! End the tyranny and terrorist of the US-Duterte regime!
Yesterday, Anakbayan Toronto joined BAYAN Canada and ILPS Canada for an educational discussion on Iran and why #NoWarOnIran matters to Filipinos. This discussion was organized as part of the Global Day of Action calling for No War in Iran. As long as the US ruling class continues to have vested political and economic interests in other countries, the … Continue reading Global Day of Action: No War in Iran
Anakbayan Toronto strongly condemns the latest military and paramilitary attack on the rights of Lumad evacuees in a church compound. On January 24, members of Alamara, a paramilitary group backed by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), broke into the sanctuary of almost 500 Lumad evacuees at UCCP Haran in Davao City. This attack … Continue reading Protect Haran! Filipino youth in Canada condemn attack on Lumad evacuees’ compound
On January 4, hundreds of protestors gathered in front of the US Consulate General in downtown Toronto for the No War With Iran Action, organized by the No War With Iran Coalition, the International League for People’s Struggle (ILPS) Canada, and Anakbayan Toronto. Chairperson Fatima Barron spoke on behalf of Anakbayan Toronto: My name is … Continue reading No War With Iran!
On November 30, non-uniformed Manila Police District officers violently arrested four members of youth activist organization Panday Sining after the Andres Bonifacio Day mobilization in Manila. The four activists, including a minor, were illegally detained at the police station for over a week on the grounds of vandalism. They were arrested without a warrant and … Continue reading Art is Not Terrorism: Solidarity with Panday Sining