BAYAN USA Denounces Massacre of Anti-Mining Leader’s Family

Press Release Nov.16th, 2012 Calls for Withdrawal of Foreign Mining Ops, US Military Aid “The murder of the Capion family lays bare the undeniable truth: the Philippine government will go as far as murdering a pregnant woman and her children in order to guarantee multi-billion dollar profits for foreign mining corporations,” stated Bernadette Ellorin, chairpersonContinue reading “BAYAN USA Denounces Massacre of Anti-Mining Leader’s Family”

We are Workers, We are Not Slaves!

If you missed Adrian’s reportback last Wednesday, here’s the link to the recording! http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/27011913 — Check out this article written by our Education Officer, Adrian Bonifacio, on his experiences with migrant domestic workers and and community organizers in Hong Kong this past summer. If you’d like to find out more, he will be reporting backContinue reading “We are Workers, We are Not Slaves!”

No Matter Who Wins the Elections, the People Must Continue Organizing for Genuine Change

Press Statement November 5, 2012 Reference: Bernadette Ellorin, Chairperson, BAYAN USA, email: chair@bayanusa.org As the corporate media zeroes in on the 2012 US Presidential election, which will determine who will assume the role of the main spokesperson and commander-in-chief for the largest imperialist superpower since the turn of the 20th century, people’s resistance against the US government’sContinue reading “No Matter Who Wins the Elections, the People Must Continue Organizing for Genuine Change”

11/1-2: Hiphop for the People and Mic for the Masses

November 1-2 @ Stanford. Thursday is the Hiphop for the People Workshop. Friday is the Mic for the Masses concert with The Kasamas, Power Struggle, and The Shining Sons. Like hip-hop and good music? Then check out these free events this week brought to you by our ally organizations from the National Alliance for FilipinoContinue reading “11/1-2: Hiphop for the People and Mic for the Masses”

10/25: Beyond Deferred Action Candlelight Vigil

October 25. 530-730 PM @ Story & King in San Jose. Join ABSV, Student Advocates for Higher Education (SAHE) from SJSU, and other community organizations for a candlelight vigil in support of immigration reform. Candles will be provided. Please bring signs and your energy to support our struggle for genuine rights for marginalized migrant youth, students,Continue reading “10/25: Beyond Deferred Action Candlelight Vigil”

Saturday Tagalog classes in San Jose

Anakbayan Silicon Valley, Pilipino Association of Workers and Immigrants (PAWIS) and other Filipino Community members invite you to: Beginning Tagalog Classes Saturday, June 30, July 7, July 14, July 21 12-3pm Join a group of community members eager to learn the national language of the Philippines, Tagalog. Beginning Tagalog Classes will be a series ofContinue reading “Saturday Tagalog classes in San Jose”