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Indigenous People Essay

270 words - 2 pages

Sa ating bansang Pilipinas ay may mahigit na 40 tayong iba’t ibang katutubong grupo at sa bawat grupo ay may kanya-kanyang kultura at lengwahe. Bawat pangkat din ay nakatira sa isang “specific” na rehiyon sa isang isla. Ang ating mga pangkat-etniko ay makikita sa iba’t ibang parte ng tatlo nating kapuluan: Luzon, Visayas at Mindanao. Ang ating mga katutubo, o mas kilala bilang mga “Lumads” ay silang ...view middle of the document...

SINO NGA BA ANG MGA ITINUTURING NATING MGA INDIGENOUS PEOPLE?

Sa tagalog, sila ang mga “Pangkat-etniko o mga Katutubo.” Sila ang mga itinuturing nating mga sinaunang tao dito sa Pilipinas. Noong Martes, Setyembre 15, ay ginanap ang Noise Barrage para sa paghingi ng hustisya sa pagpatay sa mga Lumads. Sa aking mga nasagap na balita, ang nangungunang dahilan daw sa pagpatay sa kanila ay hindi dahil sa sila ay pinagbibintangang mga NPA o New People’s Army, ang katotohanan nito ay gusto nilang kunin ang lupa ng mga Lumads dahil sa mga naitatago nitong mga ginto at mga mineral na hindi mapagkakaila na mapakikinabangan talaga. Naisip ko lang— wala bang karapatan ang mga Lumads na angkinin ang lupa na sa kanila naman talaga? Mas nauna pa sila sa ating makatungtong dito sa Pilipinas, pero parang sila pa ang naaagrabyado. Sabi nila, hindi raw ito ang unang beses na nangyari, pero bakit parang hindi nakararating sa gobyerno ang mga problemang ito? O baka naman,nakararating nga sakanila pero hindi nabibigyan o napagtutuunan ng pansin.

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