Section FWX Deadline Aug30 5pm MEDIA MONITOR, first one

Section FWX Deadline Aug30 5pm MEDIA MONITOR, first one

For Section FWX:

    The Media Monitor (Fair, Foolish, or in a Fix: good practice, violation, or dilemma), can be posted here, either regular or bonus, with deadline in six days or at 5pm of August 30. The post can either be an embedded, or a pasted link leading to the student’s own site. Only a review of events that are current (a review of media coverage starting July 1, 2018 or news events starting July 1, 2018) will be given points.
Late submissions are considered a forfeit for the week and would be credited to next week’s media monitor instead;
provided that no student would be allowed to exceed the maximum number of media monitor to make up for forfeits or to pile up his/her media monitor posts to make up for forfeits. (a week lost, is lost forever — the credits will be moved forward but only up to the last week before final exams).

     Instructions have been given in class. (As stated before: Students may use pseudonyms or pen names, and conceal their faces, and may also use their own platforms and simply paste the links in the comments section. (If pseudonymous, pls provide the department assistant with your pen name).
      Pls use the comments section of this post. As stated, the media monitor commentary may either by typed as text in the comments section or as a link leading to the post in the platform of the classmember/ post author. Pls type in the first line whether the post is a regular media monitor (1st Regular Media Monitor) or a bonus post (type the Bonus Title) to aid the checker in locating and categorizing each box. Tnx).
      Baseless rants will not merit any points – the commentary should use, cite, and quote the pertinent provisions of the 2014 SPJ Code of Ethics as taken up in class this week. For the succeeding weeks, members of the class should be able to cite also the Philippine Journalists Code of Ethics (PPI Code of Ethics and PPI Expanded Code of Ethics), the KBP Broadcast Code, etc.) Failure to provide the pertinent provision will result in a score of zero. The SPJ provisions have been provided in the handouts distributed in class this week. They were also discussed in powerpoint in class. For students who are completely incapable of reading the handouts given to them, the provisions taken up in class are embedded below.
                             BONUS POSTS
                 FOR DOUBLE THE POINTS
      As a heads-up, a bonus post on any of the following topics could be submitted in any week for double the points of a regular media monitor post (provided that only one post, either regular or bonus, can be submitted for every week: Choose between either a regular or a bonus in submitting a post; only one post per week will be given points, no cramming of posts is allowed). Please type the bonus title as heading to identify the post.
         Here are the bonus topics to choose from, in no particular order (choose any one bonus title for any week provided no bonus topic/ no bonus title can be repeated; a class member may post either a regular or a bonus but not both, i.e., only one post per week, no cramming is allowed) :
       Bonus Title: HATE SPEECH (fomenting prejudices that may lead to violence against those tagged) etc. : A review of any news report or news features on Red-tagging as hate speech or news reports or news features on other forms of hate speech based on gender, race, ethnic origin, poverty, physical appearance, etc.
      Bonus Title: RAMON TULFO : Ramon Tulfo at the triage of the PGH ER (not news reports on the incident but how he conducted himself; or how his staff “covered” the incident; etc.)
     Bonus Title: BEN TULFO : Ben Tulfo and contracts with the Department of Tourism as approved by Wanda Teo, and related events, etc.
      Bonus Title: MARCOS DICTATORSHIP : News reports/ news feature on the Aug. 21 commemoration, and related events;
      Bonus Title: “DRUG WAR”. Media coverage of crime news reports/ interviews/ features on Operation Tokhang, buy-bust operations, investigations of cases of EJKs related to the drug war, and other related media coverage.
      Bonus Title: SUPERNATURAL, ASTROLOGY, etc. (leading up to the weeks prior to Oct. 30-31, Nov. 1 ) (this would require advance reading if done earlier than when the topic is taken up in class: the KBP Broadcast Code: ” “Art. 13 SUPERSTITION AND THE OCCULT: “Sec.1 Programs featuring superstitious and pseudo-scientific beliefs and practices, such as supernatural powers, foretelling of the future, astrology, phrenology, palm-reading, numerology, mind-reading, hypnotism, faith healing or similar subjects shall be careful not to induce belief in them. Care shall be taken to prevent the exploitation of people who may be easily swayed by such superstitious and pseudo-scientific beliefs and practices. Sec.2.Programs or program materials that promote or encourage occult practices, black magic, witchcraft, and similar activities are prohibited.” (KBP Broadcast Code) )
       Bonus Title: DISASTER-REPORTING : Coverage of the habagat and related events: You can either do some advance-reading of the assigned articles on disaster-reporting as stated in the syllabus; or bank the news report and post it after we take up the topic)
      Bonus Title: ADVERTORIALS (leading up to the Christmas season)
      Do not repeat bonus posts or bonus titles.
      Each of the bonuses can be posted at ANYTIME or in any week in lieu of a regular media monitor (just type the bonus title as heading for ease of identification and recording)
       As stated, only one media monitor per week (which can either be a regular media monitor or a bonus post) is allowed to avoid cramming and jamming up of posts: the purpose of observing the weekly media monitor is TO BUILD THE HABIT OF READING/ VIEWING MEDIA CONTENT REGULARLY WITH DISCERNMENT.
       Pls do not embed gory images on this page without a trigger warning.
       For the first regular media monitor: (2014 SPJ): “SEEK TRUTH AND REPORT IT
“Ethical journalism should be accurate and fair. Journalists should be honest and courageous in gathering, reporting and interpreting information.
Journalists should:
– Take responsibility for the accuracy of their work. Verify information before releasing it. Use original sources whenever possible.
– Remember that neither speed nor format excuses inaccuracy.
– Provide context. Take special care not to misrepresent or oversimplify in promoting, previewing or summarizing a story.
– Gather, update and correct information throughout the life of a news story.
– Be cautious when making promises, but keep the promises they make.
– Identify sources clearly. The public is entitled to as much information as possible to judge the reliability and motivations of sources.
– Consider sources’ motives before promising anonymity. Reserve anonymity for sources who may face danger, retribution or other harm, and have information that cannot be obtained elsewhere. Explain why anonymity was granted.
– Diligently seek subjects of news coverage to allow them to respond to criticism or allegations of wrongdoing.
– Avoid undercover or other surreptitious methods of gathering information unless traditional, open methods will not yield information vital to the public.
– Be vigilant and courageous about holding those with power accountable. Give voice to the voiceless.
– Support the open and civil exchange of views, even views they find repugnant.
– Recognize a special obligation to serve as watchdogs over public affairs and government. Seek to ensure that the public’s business is conducted in the open, and that public records are open to all.
– Provide access to source material when it is relevant and appropriate.
– Boldly tell the story of the diversity and magnitude of the human experience. Seek sources whose voices we seldom hear.
– Avoid stereotyping. Journalists should examine the ways their values and experiences may shape their reporting.
– Label advocacy and commentary.
– Never deliberately distort facts or context, including visual information. Clearly label illustrations and re-enactments.
– Never plagiarize. Always attribute.
“MINIMIZE HARM
“Ethical journalism treats sources, subjects, colleagues and members of the public as human beings deserving of respect.
Journalists should:
– Balance the public’s need for information against potential harm or discomfort. Pursuit of the news is not a license for arrogance or undue intrusiveness.
– Show compassion for those who may be affected by news coverage. Use heightened sensitivity when dealing with juveniles, victims of sex crimes, and sources or subjects who are inexperienced or unable to give consent. Consider cultural differences in approach and treatment.
– Recognize that legal access to information differs from an ethical justification to publish or broadcast.
– Realize that private people have a greater right to control information about themselves than public figures and others who seek power, influence or attention. Weigh the consequences of publishing or broadcasting personal information.
– Avoid pandering to lurid curiosity, even if others do.
– Balance a suspect’s right to a fair trial with the public’s right to know. Consider the implications of identifying criminal suspects before they face legal charges.
– Consider the long-term implications of the extended reach and permanence of publication. Provide updated and more complete information as appropriate
ACT INDEPENDENTLY
The highest and primary obligation of ethical journalism is to serve the public.
Journalists should:
– Avoid conflicts of interest, real or perceived. Disclose unavoidable conflicts.
– Refuse gifts, favors, fees, free travel and special treatment, and avoid political and other outside activities that may compromise integrity or impartiality, or may damage credibility.
– Be wary of sources offering information for favors or money; do not pay for access to news. Identify content provided by outside sources, whether paid or not.
– Deny favored treatment to advertisers, donors or any other special interests, and resist internal and external pressure to influence coverage.
– Distinguish news from advertising and shun hybrids that blur the lines between the two. Prominently label sponsored content.
BE ACCOUNTABLE AND TRANSPARENT
Ethical journalism means taking responsibility for one’s work and explaining one’s decisions to the public.
Journalists should:
– Explain ethical choices and processes to audiences. Encourage a civil dialogue with the public about journalistic practices, coverage and news content.
– Respond quickly to questions about accuracy, clarity and fairness.
– Acknowledge mistakes and correct them promptly and prominently. Explain corrections and clarifications carefully and clearly.
– Expose unethical conduct in journalism, including within their organizations.
– Abide by the same high standards they expect of others.”

Advanced Happy Heroes Day!

(photo by LVN Pictures, from the UP archives, used here non-commercially for academic purposes)

12 thoughts on “Section FWX Deadline Aug30 5pm MEDIA MONITOR, first one

  1. 1st Media Monitor
    BONUS: Ramon Tulfo

    A provision in the SPJ Code of Ethics states that one should “consider the long term implications of the extended reach and permanence of publication.” Ramon Tulfo posted a video on August 16, 2018 on his Facebook page showing him cursing and throwing a tantrum in the Philippine General Hospital’s emergency room. Tulfo claimed that the doctors failed to immediately attend to the young girl he brought to the hospital. Tulfo did not take into account how the public may jump to conclusions after only watching a two minute video of his perspective on the incident. The management of the hospital claimed that Tulfo violated the patient’s right to privacy under the Data Privacy Act due to Tulfo’s failure to blur the faces of the people seen in the video that he posted. Furthermore, he also breached another provision in the SPJ Code of Ethics which states that a journalist must “show compassion for those who may be affected by news coverage.” It can be said that Tulfo refused to respect the plea and demand of the management of PGH for a public apology following his outburst in the emergency room and inappropriate publication of the said video.

    Tulfo failed to “balance the public’s need for information against potential harm or discomfort” as stated in the SPJ Code of Ethics when he profusely claimed that the doctors should not be against video taking in a public hospital especially if they have nothing to hide. But after the ruckus that has happened, Tulfo still refuses to take down the video as per request of the management of PGH. He claimed that the video will serve as a point of discussion even after several criticisms of the provisions he has violated. Lastly, Tulfo breached the provision that one must “acknowledge mistakes and correct them promptly and prominently” as stated in the SPJ Code of Ethics. Tulfo made a statement on August 20, 2018 that he will not apologize to the management and staff of Philippine General Hospital and even encouraged his Facebook followers to secretly record videos of rude doctors and promptly send it to him so he can upload it on his Facebook page.

    SOURCES:

    “SPJ Code of Ethics.” SPJ, 9 Sept. 2014, http://www.spj.org/ethicscode.asp

    ‘Righteous Indignation’, Mon Tulfo says of PGH outburst. (2018, August 25). Retrieved from http://news.abs-cbn.com/news/08/25/18/righteous-indignation-mon-tulfo-says-of-pgh-outburst

    Tomacruz, S. (2018, August 20). Tulfo to PGH: ‘I will not apologize’. Retrieved from https://www.rappler.com/nation/210015-ramon-tulfo-will-not-apologize-to-pgh

  2. 1st Media Monitor
    Regular: “Soaring rice prices hurt poor families”

    This article discusses the drastic increase in the prices of rice, particularly the one distributed by the National Food Authority. Farmers and poor families alike are affected as they cannot afford the staple food; with some left starving and children held back from school due to a lack of baon. Different agricultural authorities raise their concerns on how corruption within the industry can be avoided, such as the deliberate manipulation of rice trades, in order to benefit the farmers and families that the program is supposed to be serving.

    This news story illustrates the SPJ provision, “Be vigilant and courageous about holding those with power accountable. Give voice to the voiceless.” because it discusses the plight of those who are struggling to make ends meet and the farmers of the industry. The journalists were able to tell their side of the story, with information supported by institutional data and supplied by interviews with agricultural experts, families and farmers, as well as political authorities. As a result, there is a concrete and holistic report on how the inflation of prices in rice have been impacting this sector of society. The audience is then made aware of the issue; stimulating conversation on the matter.

    Sources:
    Alipala, Julie, Argueles, Mar. “Soaring rice prices hurt poor families”, The Philippine Daily Inquirer. Aug. 27, 2018. http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1025198/soaring-rice-prices-hurt-poor-families

    “SPJ Code of Ethics.” SPJ, 9 Sept. 2014, http://www.spj.org/ethicscode.asp

  3. 1st Media Monitor Bonus: Drug War Article Title: 6, including 3 minors, nabbed in Caloocan drug raid (August 14, 2018) The coverage this article tackles is heavily packaged with sensitive content as it documents not only a drug raid in a constricted slum in Caloocan, but also the involvement of minors in the incident. The article exemplifies the first principle of the Society of Professional Journalists’ (SPJ) Code of the Ethics – Seek Truth and Report It. By building on the information released by the Police, the journalist who published the article was able to verify the information at hand before it was released. The article also released the backstory of the incident by disclosing where the situation occurred and how the police were able to acquire the information regarding the alleged suspects (the former: Salmon Street, Barangay 8; the latter: through the voluntary action of a tipster). By doing so, it was able to provide a context and did not merely oversimplify not summarize the incident and eliminated the possibility of distorting facts. The second principle of the Code of Ethics was also satisfied. Harm was minimized as the names of the minors were not disclosed, merely their ages. This coverage and its author, therefore, recognizes that society places a premium on minors and that national jurisprudence highly values their reputation, privacy, and future. Moreover, the name of the individual who revealed the activity of the suspects to the police was not disclosed, highlighting a manifestation of respect for the confidentiality and safety of the aforementioned. Hence, the need of the public for information and the safety of the individuals involved were in an equilibrium. By doing so, the coverage was able not only to show compassion for the minors and the tipster, but was also able to consider the implications had it not conformed to the philosophy of ethical journalism.

  4. REFORMATTED ENTRY
    1st Media Monitor
    Bonus: Drug War Article
    Title: 6, including 3 minors, nabbed in Caloocan drug raid (August 14, 2018)

    The coverage this article tackles is heavily packaged with sensitive content as it documents not only a drug raid in a constricted slum in Caloocan, but also the involvement of minors in the incident. The article exemplifies the first principle of the Society of Professional Journalists’ (SPJ) Code of the Ethics – Seek Truth and Report It. By building on the information released by the Police, the journalist who published the article was able to verify the information at hand before it was released. The article also released the backstory of the incident by disclosing where the situation occurred and how the police were able to acquire the information regarding the alleged suspects (the former: Salmon Street, Barangay 8; the latter: through the voluntary action of a tipster). By doing so, it was able to provide a context and did not merely oversimplify not summarize the incident and eliminated the possibility of distorting facts.

    The second principle of the Code of Ethics was also satisfied. Harm was minimized as the names of the minors were not disclosed, merely their ages. This coverage and its author, therefore, recognizes that society places a premium on minors and that national jurisprudence highly values their reputation, privacy, and future. Moreover, the name of the individual who revealed the activity of the suspects to the police was not disclosed, highlighting a manifestation of respect for the confidentiality and safety of the aforementioned. Hence, the need of the public for information and the safety of the individuals involved were in an equilibrium. By doing so, the coverage was able not only to show compassion for the minors and the tipster, but was also able to consider the implications had it not conformed to the philosophy of ethical journalism.

    More than these, however, the article-coverage serves as a concrete manifestation and fulfillment of the media’s role as the watchdogs of public affair, the government, and society in general.

    Source:
    Gonzales, C. (2018, August 14). 6, including 3 minors, nabbed in Caloocan drug raid. Retrieved from http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1021138/6-including-3-minors-nabbed-in-caloocan-drug-raid.
    SPJ’s Code of Ethics.

  5. 1st media monitor
    Regular: “Arroyo: I’m retiring. No plan to run for anything in 2019”

    This news article discusses Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s declination of running for any government position in next year’s midterm elections, as she is sure to retire. She also declined rumors of her appointment as prime minister once the federal form of government is implemented, as the aforementioned position was not included in the draft submitted by the administration. Lastly, she added that she was eagerly awaited writing her memoir.

    The news story manifests the SPJ Code of Ethics provision that states that journalists should “recognize a special obligation to serve as watchdogs over public affairs and government. Seek to ensure that the public’s business is conducted in the open, and that public records are open to all.” The journalist remained aware of public affairs and competently reported the news story. Furthermore, the journalist remained unbiased in his reporting and made sure that his audience got the full story with all the corresponding details. As such, readers became informed of the latest news about House Speaker Arroyo.

    Sources:
    Esguerra, Darryl John. ““Arroyo: I’m retiring. No plan to run for anything in 2019”.” inquirer.net, 29 August 2018. http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1026344/arroyo-im-retiring-no-plan-to-run-for-anything-in-2019.

    “SPJ Code of Ethics.” SPJ, 9 Sept. 2014, http://www.spj.org/ethicscode.asp.

  6. 1st media monitor
    Regular: “Arroyo: I’m retiring. No plan to run for anything in 2019”

    This news article discusses Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s declination of running for any government position in next year’s midterm elections, as she is sure to retire. She also declined rumors of her appointment as prime minister once the federal form of government is implemented, as the aforementioned position was not included in the draft submitted by the administration. Lastly, she added that she was eagerly awaited writing her memoir.

    The news story manifests the SPJ Code of Ethics provision that states that journalists should “recognize a special obligation to serve as watchdogs over public affairs and government. Seek to ensure that the public’s business is conducted in the open, and that public records are open to all.” The journalist remained aware of public affairs and competently reported the news story. Furthermore, the journalist remained unbiased in his reporting and made sure that his audience got the full story with all the corresponding details. As such, readers were informed of the latest news about House Speaker Arroyo.

    Sources:
    Esguerra, Darryl John. ““Arroyo: I’m retiring. No plan to run for anything in 2019”.” inquirer.net, 29 August 2018. http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1026344/arroyo-im-retiring-no-plan-to-run-for-anything-in-2019.

    “SPJ Code of Ethics.” SPJ, 9 Sept. 2014, http://www.spj.org/ethicscode.asp.

  7. FIRST MEDIA MONITOR
    BONUS: BEN TULFO

    Ben Tulfo receiving over Php60 million for advertisements for his show, “Kilos Pronto”, from the Department of Tourism, under Former Secretary Wanda Teo, who is Tulfo’s sister, is obviously a conflict of interest.

    Though Tulfo said his relationship with his siblings (aside from Erwin) is not close and Teo saying she didn’t know it was Tulfo who manned the show and even saying “she didn’t have a hand” in the arrangements, it is almost like common sense that both parties should be knowledgeable of who is the other party signing the contract, what is in the contract, and know what is going on in their respective departments. I also believe it is Tulfo’s responsibility as a journalist to at least know who are the heads of the different departments of the government.

    As the chief executive officer of Bitag Media Unlimited (who runs the “Kilos Pronto” show), Tulfo should’ve been aware of the advertisements they are running to avoid these kinds of conflicts of interest, and also to be able to make a full disclosure of this to the public. Tulfo should have also been wary of receiving such a large sum of money for advertisements from a government organization since this may compromise the show’s “integrity or impartiality” and may “damage its credibility”.

    Aside from the the case of conflict of interest, the parties may be facing charges of Graft and Corruption since “the offense may fall within the prohibition of “causing any undue injury to any party, including the Government, or giving any private party any unwarranted benefits, advantage or preference in the discharge of his official administrative or judicial functions through manifest partiality, evident bad faith or gross inexcusable negligence.”, under Section 3(e) of the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act.

    More so, with the ongoing investigation surrounding this case, Tulfo should be open to the public for scrutiny and should be able to “encourage a civil dialogue with the public” which fortunately he is doing now, albeit being more on the defensive side.

    Sources:
    “SPJ Code of Ethics.” SPJ, 9 Sept. 2014, http://www.spj.org/ethicscode.asp

    “Under fire, Ben Tulfo says not close with siblings.” (14 August 2018). Retrieved from http://news.abs-cbn.com/news/08/14/18/under-fire-ben-tulfo-says-not-close-with-siblings

    Adel, Rosette. (14 August 2018). “Teo: No idea Ben Tulfo is with ‘Kilos Pronto’”. Retrieved from https://www.philstar.com/headlines/2018/08/14/1842529/teo-no-idea-ben-tulfo-kilos-pronto#WA97DGuHISwIIWdH.99

    Buan, Lian (12 July 2018). “COA sees graft: How Ben Tulfo earned from P120-million PTV-DOT deal”. Retrieved from https://www.rappler.com/newsbreak/in-depth/207119-ben-tulfo-bitag-media-ptv-dot-deal-audit-report-2017

    CNN Philippines Staff. (29 July 2018). “Ben Tulfo: I will not return ₱60-M to gov’t”. Retrieved from http://cnnphilippines.com/news/2018/07/29/ben-tulfo-wanda-teo-dot-60-million-ptv-4.html

  8. 1st Media Monitor
    Regular: Passenger arrested for bomb joke at NAIA (August 30, 2018)

    Today, a male passenger in Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) was apprehended for making a bomb joke while boarding his Philippine Airlines flight to Cotabato City. As a first hand source, an ABS CBN News media team was able to report the facts to this incident. They were able to properly provide information on the incident such as what, where, how and whys of the incident. However, the article did not state much about the identity of the apprehended passenger.

    I found respect for the way the ABS CBN News team reported the incident because they were able to report what happened by minimizing harm to the offender. In this digital age, there have been many victims to “trial by social media”. People like the “Five minute girl” are eternally condemned by the one mistake they make in public. No matter what they do, their reputations may eternally be tainted if their names and the mistakes they made make it online. I believe that their decision to omit the name of this passenger, was in essence, a way to protect this man’s reputation. Though I do agree with passing him for trial by court for his offense, I believe that the absence of his name in the article may safeguard him from eternal condemnation by society.

    ABS CBN News (2018). Passenger arrested for bomb joke at NAIA on ABS CBN News Online. Retrieved August 30, 2018 from http://news.abs-cbn.com/news/08/30/18/passenger-arrested-for-bomb-joke-at-naia

  9. FIRST MEDIA MONITOR
    REGULAR: Prosecutor orders release of 19 arrested at NutriAsis but…

    The UP community was shocked by the news of the arrest of “NutriAsia 19” involving two UP students. This article follows the story of those arrested regarding the delay of their release due to decision of the authorities.  The journalist stressed the importance of obeying the judicial process shedding light to the plague of police malpractice. 
    In SPJ Code of Ethics, journalism functions to “recognize a special obligation to serve as watchdogs over public affairs and government. Seek to ensure that the public’s business is conducted in the open, and that public records are open to all.” The article exemplifies this by choosing to challenge the incompliance of those in power in withholding the freedom of the 19 arrested when the prosecutor had already said that there are no basis to hold them. 
    Now that the NutriAsia 19 had been released, journalism and the collective support of people are crucial in attaining justice for those who are wrongly detained, accused, or worse. 
    

    SOURCES: Olea, R. “Prosecutor orders release of 19 arrested at NutriAsis but…” (August 1, 2018). Retrieved from: http://bulatlat.com/main/2018/08/01/prosecutor-orders-release-19-arrested-nutriasia/

    “SPJ Code of Ethics.” SPJ, 9 Sept. 2014, http://www.spj.org/ethicscode.asp

  10. 1st Media Monitor
    Regular: “Imee, Kabataang Barangay members reunite at UP”

    One of the most ironic things to transpire in UP Diliman has been recounted and inspected by a reporter just this Monday from the Philippine Daily Inquirer. Framing UP right from the beginning as a stronghold of activism and critical thought already provides an image of the story that the writer wanted to tell, especially when “UP” is juxtaposed with the word “dictatorship” alongside the name of the Marcoses. While the article was not able to give a detailed history of the Kabataang Baranggay (KB), it offers enough context and reason on why news of this event provoked (or should provoke) outrage from activists, Martial Law victims, and the whole UP Diliman community.

    By recounting the death of MAPUA student Archimedes Trajano orchestrated by Imee Marcos (the recent KB reunion’s “guest-of-honor”) and her military personnel back in 1977 instead of the origins of the political organ in question, the article reports a truth that informs and educates us readers further on the dark times of Martial Law. As urged by the SPJ Code of Ethics, it was also not afraid to hold those in power accountable. The writer dared to brand the KB exactly for what it – “the Marcos dictatorship’s youth arm”.

    Although it also sought out to hear all sides (from the KB organizers to the current chairperson of the UPD Student Council to the famous activist, Bonifacio Ilagan), the article was very clear in its stand that in spite of what Imee Marcos has said, we should never move on from the atrocities they’ve committed in the past until the present.

    Sources:
    “SPJ Code of Ethics.” SPJ, 9 Sept. 2014, http://www.spj.org/ethicscode.asp
    Enano, Jhesset. (27 August 2018). : “Imee, Kabataang Barangay members reunite at UP”. Retrieved from: http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1025190/imee-kabataang-barangay-members-reunite-at-up

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