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Kristoffer Pasion Jan 25
in 1970, 50 yrs ago, people protested at the Old Legislative Bldg, vs. Ferdinand ' rumored term extension beyond constitutional limit. This would launch a series of protests known as the .
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Philippine Collegian 26 Jan 18
“A powerful storm was sweeping the land, a storm whose inexorable advance no earthly force could stop, and the name of the storm was history.”
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Kristoffer Pasion Jan 25
Replying to @indiohistorian
This protest 50 years ago is famous for having had two iconic figures: a lifesize paper mache crocodile (left) and a cardboard-made coffin (right), all of which were hurled at Ferdinand & Imelda as they went out of the bldg onto the steps.
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Lisa Ito Feb 6
Inviting all later! Print on Demand: Artist talks and free t-shirt printing demo and ops, 2:30 PM++ at ASLobby . Bring a blank shirt and we’ll print it for free with slogans from the . Concert opening of happens after :)
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ML_Kapihan2013 29 Aug 13
26Jan1926, Congress "Iskra", 30Jan1970 Malacanang, the first fatalities at student movement, peoples marches weekly
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Mike Cubillas 16 Jan 12
Sinulog done. Now the countdown for laneway festival begins.
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Athena 25 Jan 19
Replying to @andunfolding
Second panel starts w/Nikole Cababa of BAYAN USA & Gabriela USA, who reminds us that today is the anniversary of , the accelerated resistance against Ferdinand Marcos's rule in the Philippines.
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Geo Robrigado Jan 26
26 January 1970 On this day 50 years ago, one of the biggest civil unrests in the Philippines began. The is the biggest show of force in the history of the Philippine student movement. Fifty years on, student activism is still alive and growing.
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Telesforo Kat$ing 14 Jun 14
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cbanga360 19 Mar 15
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Marc Lino J. Abila 25 Jan 15
Jan 26 1970 marked the start of the . | FQS and the continuing tradition of the revolutionary youth
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Ibong MandarAGIT ☭ 29 Jan 18
Mao Tse Tung: "Therefore, the young intellectuals and students throughout the country must unite with the broad masses of workers and peasants and become one with them, and only then can a mighty force be created. A force of hundreds of millions of people!"
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Kabataan Partylist Jul 2
Replying to @KabataanPL
𝗛𝗕 𝟯𝟮𝟮 𝗙𝗶𝗿𝘀𝘁 𝗤𝘂𝗮𝗿𝘁𝗲𝗿 𝗦𝘁𝗼𝗿𝗺 𝗖𝗼𝗺𝗺𝗲𝗺𝗼𝗿𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻 An act recognizing January 25 every year as observance of the anniversary of the
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Naomi Fontanos Feb 6
The Gathering Storm, installation art by Toym Imao, inspired by the 1971 Diliman Commune barricades to remember the 50th anniv of the , a time of unrest, demonstrations, rallies & protests on Jan.26-Mar17,1970 vs the admin of .
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ʜᴇʟᴇɴɪ 1 Sep 12
The graphics are fine. The voice-over and the dramatization, not so much. Made me want to learn more about the though.
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nednared 1 Sep 16
When will reprint Lacaba's 1960s and reportage Days of Disquiet, Nights of Rage?
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Justine Alamar #STANSB19 21 Sep 18
Working today so I'm bringing to work. Shirt from Diliman Republic!
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CHR Philippines Feb 15
BUKAS NA! As part of the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the First Quarter Storm (FQS), we invite you to attend the book launch of ‘Stories of Struggle’ and a forum on the legacy of Lakasdiwa. See you there!
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BAYAN-USA PNW 20 Sep 12
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Aping 23 Sep 12
watching one of the most significant events of philippine history.
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