image Outrage


UP students, faculty, and staff led by UP Diliman Chancellor Michael Tan, the University Student Council, the Student Regent, and the alliance of indigenous communities and Moro people SANDUGO, expressed outrage tonight at the AS steps (“Arts and Sciences steps) over the violent attack of protesting lumads and students in front of the US Embassy — where a police van repeatedly rammed into unarmed protesters,  running over sprawled bodies.

(photo by Manila Today, shot today;  four videos below posted by various international news organizations on this morning’s violent attack, all used here non-commercially for academic purposes)

Warning: Graphic content: Police van running over sprawled bodies of protesters

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