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Nakalimutan mo ba ang curfew? || Review: 12:01 ni Russell Molina at Kajo Baldisimo

“Ang tagal naming hinintay ang pagkakataong ito, na tumugtog sa harap niyo. Wala nang matatakot! Wala nang tatakbo! Walang iwanan! Madaling araw na… gising pa ba kayo?” 577 more words


Buwan at Baril sa Eb Major: a play by Martial Law kids, is relevant to tokhang generation

We didn’t know what to expect. At 1:00 PM today we learned that a festival about human rights is happening at the Cultural Center of the Philippines. 738 more words


How to move on?

By Engrid Genova

This year, commemorating the so-called revolution was combined with the protest against Bong Bong Marcos entering Malacañang . We are remembering victims of Martial law, both innocent and fighters who were crushed by the dictatorship, and also preventing it to happen again. 391 more words

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History in the making

History, as they say, is written by the victors.

Thirty-one years ago, Filipinos gathered on a street called EDSA to protect a couple of coup plotters and their men from the then president of the Republic of the Philippines and his army. 444 more words


Today, we are commemorating EDSA 1986 People Power Revolution. Marking the end of Ferdinand Marcos’ dictatorship under the iron claws of Martial Law, as he and his family force to flew in Hawaii for refuge. 421 more words


Edsa 1 and Its “Benefit of the Daw”

On the way home, I happened to pass by the People Power Monument along the corner of White Plains Avenue and EDSA. The image of “Inang Bayan”, with hands raised up in the air, was striking against the backdrop of the summer afternoon skies. 1,186 more words