[Photo blog] Green Parade for a Green SONA

In the morning of July 23, 2011, an estimated of more than three thousand strong advocates coming from Civil society organizations supporting the three green bills held a Green Parade in Quezon City.  Dubbed as the Green SONA, three large networks of peoples’ organizations,  human rights advocates, Indigenous Peoples, Legislators, students, environmentalists, activists and Church people called for President Aquino to pass the three bills known as the Forest Resources Bill, National Land Use Act and the Alternative Minerals Management Bill.

Photos by TFDP

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