Lumads demand end to violence

October 2015
Filipino Reporter;10/30/2015, Vol. 43 Issue 48, p13
The article reports that hundreds of lumads, a group of indigenous peoples of the southern Philippines, have arrived in Metro Manila in October 2015 to ask the government to stop the militarization of their communities and put an end to human rights violations.


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