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The Philippine Star 3h
POLICIES IMPOSED DURING MARTIAL LAW: These are some of the reasons why you should be grateful for the freedoms you enjoy under a democratic government.
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Rappler 1h
The numbers don't lie. Get the 101 on the Martial Law years here:
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Paige Occeñola 19h
UP has zero chill and I'm living for it.
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Paige Occeñola 17h
Replying to @ohnopaige
"No erasures, no revisions. Never again to Martial Law."
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ABS-CBN News Channel 14h
: Ateneo, La Salle urge students to remember freedom fighters
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Ayala Museum 3h
46 years later and it still bears repeating:
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Leah Navarro 6h
Over four decades ago we were corralled into Martial Law by the Dictator Marcos. He ruled with a tyrannical hand. , we said. But, these days are no better. We allowed another authoritarian to take the reins. We are living under the Tyranny of the Ignorant.
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shamrocker☘ 8h
PROCLAMATION # 1081 Ferdinand Marcos gave the Armed Forces the power to degrade the protection of individual rights and undermine the system of checks and balances. -ctto-
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TomasinoWeb 4m
”Time and forgetfulness are the allies of the abusers." Today, we stand up and say to fight for our rights. Join the movement and rage against the apathy that is the dictator's greatest weapon.
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CNN Philippines 5h
Presidents of ADMU, DLSU to students: Understand and learn lessons of history. Read the books, watch the documentaries, but above all listen to the stories and accounts of those who suffered to keep freedom, justice alive during those years of dictatorship.
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Francis Baraan IV 1h
Today marks the 46th yr since Marcos Martial Law declaration. Let's exercise our right to peacefully protest & express opinions vs any ML threats. Now, even w/o ML, Duterte's been silencing critics, suppressing rights, & abusing power. Ano pa kaya pag ML buong PH?!
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UST SHS HUMSS Society 1h
Today, we remember our past. We remember our unsung heroes. As heralds of freedom and democracy, we say to oppression and injustice.
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The Philippine Star 3h
Today, we join the Filipino people in commemorating the dark days of martial law and the people who sacrificed their lives during those brutal years.
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Rappler 2h
Human rights violations were rampant during the Martial Law years. Learn more about how the Marcos government's critics and dissenters were tortured here:
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KMP 20m
Today's effigy. MAD. Marcos-Arroyo-Duterte. They will burn later in Mendiola.
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Anj 2h
Shall I bring my politics to the workplace today?
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Lynda Jumilla-Abalos 5h
“Those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it,” said george santayana. That will happen if we let revisionism, whitewashing, and gaslighting with regard to .
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Manila Today 11m
Various progressive groups and people's organizations are now converging in front of the University of Santo Tomas for today's United People's Action. The groups will head to Mendiola then Luneta later.
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Rebel Kulê 8m
Replying to @phkule
The demonstrations have spilled over to the A.S. Steps
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Scientia 19m
MAKIBAKA, HUWAG MATAKOT: More than a hundred students gather here at the AS Steps for an indignation program.
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