Defend Talaingod: The Lumad’s Quest for Justice
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Defend Talaingod: The Lumad’s Quest for Justice

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John Ahni Schertow
April 8, 2014
 

After facing a series of aerial bombings on their lands, in addition to a long list of abuses at the hands of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), More than a thousand Indigenous (Lumad) Manobo men, women and children have traveled all the way from Talaingod to Davao City to seek refuge and expose the violations of their indigenous rights.

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