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UST SHS SC 3h
The anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law in the Philippines is nearing. Let us not forget what has transpired during one of the darkest times in our history. We, the youth, condemn the prevalence of Social injustice and oppression. Art by Jeanne Ilagan
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JC Punongbayan #NeverAgain #NeverForget 12h
Read this and weep. In my latest Rappler piece I look back at the horrific scale and scope of corruption during the Martial Law years. Not only did the Marcoses ransack the economy, they also flaunted their loot to the world.
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University of the Philippines 12h
Earlier, the opening program for the UP Day of Remembrance 2019 was held at the Palma Hall Lobby, UP Diliman, Quezon City.
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Marsha Collier Sep 16
The is hoping to get to 750K followers by the 75th anniversay of the liberation of Auschwitz. May we each person. They each had a name, a life, a story... as does everyone around you. Please RT
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MovePH 12h
LOOK: An artwork depicting the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos is exhibited at Palma Hall in line with UP’s Day of Remembrance commemorating the martyrs of martial law. | via
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Hal Sep 13
chills... hundreds of Jews singing Ozi V’zimrat Yah to shut down a board meeting at the Wyatt Detention Center to vote on doubling down on an ICE contract
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Roentgen #VoterReg2019 Sep 17
Replying to @ronaldgem
10. [BONUS] 75,730 persons filed claims as victims of human rights violations during Martial Law. If 3,240 of these were salvaged and 398 were victims of enforced disappearance, is Marcos a hero?
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UP Diliman 15h
To commemorate and honor the memory of UP's best and brightest who struggled against dictatorship and despotism, the University opens this year’s with the theme, “Dambana ng Paggunita at Pagtutuos sa Batas Militar ni Marcos.”
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UPV University Student Council Sep 15
The UPV-USC brings you “The Youth Unbound: Dare to Struggle, Dare to Resist”, a series of activities from September 16-20, 2019 to commemorate Martial Law and to strengthen our resistance against dictatorship and tyranny.
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DA Rachael Rollins Sep 16
I’m in Selma, AL visiting the Edmund Pettus bridge. It was at this bridge that voting rights marchers were violently confronted by law enforcement 54 years ago and this day has since become known as Bloody Sunday. I’m here to join two dozen other DAs and say .
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Antifa International Sep 17
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ron 5m
mom is asking me to change my dp dahil “delikado” for my safety. I dont know why I should feel wrong for making a statement. The real question is why there’s this fear in the first place.
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JC Punongbayan #NeverAgain #NeverForget Sep 15
Case in point: your mom. 🙄
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jess Sep 17
2 years ago today I had my Jeep a whole week. Ripped off the top & doors & took it to Rednecks with Paychecks 😬😂🤷🏻‍♀️
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UPV University Student Council Sep 16
In collaboration with the UPV-USC and the CAS Student Council, the students of BA in Communication and Media Studies present, THE MEDIA FORUM ON MARTIAL LAW with the Nat'l Director of NUJP. Tomorrow,Sept 17, 2:30 PM onwards at the TLRC AV Room.
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PRWC 12h
Almost five decades ago, Ferdinand Marcos placed the entire country under martial law which launched his brutal dictatorial rule. For 14 years, the Filipino people resisted valiantly and fought on all arenas of struggle.
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Ezra Goss Sep 16
The students at have been overwhelmingly clear that 's work with ICE is unacceptable. This is just the beginning for what we have planned on this campus
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JC Punongbayan #NeverAgain #NeverForget Sep 18
Aternative facts = lies. Don't expect UP to spread lies.
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miko mendizabal 19h
For us to understand the violence of red tagging, Arundhati Roy lends her words: [When you're branded as red] "he or she will be judged before they're are heard." And in a country like ours Judgement is often served in a rifling bullet.
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Philippine Collegian Sep 17
NOW: Students gather at the AS Lobby for the grand teach-in discussion on the atrocities of martial law. Today's discussion is part of the series of activities lined up for the commemoration of martial law's declaration on September 21.
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