What is Bantayog?
Click and watch a short video presentation about the Bantayog ng mga Bayani.
Celebration of Life
As we honor each one in their birth month, we thereby keep their light burning in our hearts and homes, our communities, and in our country. Read and be inspired by the lives of Bantayog martyrs and heroes who celebrate their birthday this month.
Gallery of Wisdom
Learn and be inspired from words of wisdom coming from Bantayog martyrs and heroes.
Conversations: Revisiting Martial Law
Bantayog is one of the awardees of the Manuel L. Quezon Gawad Parangal, Quezon City’s highest honor bestowed on individuals and organizations.
Yes, Ka Pepe has returned to the CHR! Now is the time to honor and remember a tireless, fearless fighter for freedom and human decency.
Ada Tayao’s Iba Yan is a reminder of the importance of knowing and immersing in one’s roots not just in a cultural aspect, but also in a historical lens.
Monico Atienza is a professor who left a legacy of critical thinking and frank outspokenness. Read this testimonial about Sir Nick by one of his students.
Story of seven of the Southern Tagalog 10: Rizalina, Gerry, Jessica, Cristina, Bong, and Monching, powerfully told and written by Bonifacio P. Ilagan
Altermidya’s video focus on the story of the first EDSA People Power, a revolution by the Filipino people to end an oppressive and unjust regime.
Edjop, a painting by Celeste Lecaroz is part of an exhibit of paintings for the benefit of Never Again: Voices of Martial Law, a series of plays.
It Is The Lord is a book by Sr. Maria Dulce Emmanuel F. Inlayo, OCD about Bishop Labayen. Bishop Julio Labayen (1926-2016) lived a life fully surrendered to his Source, promoting the Church of the Poor most of his life.
You cannot discriminate, that any person no matter what he does in his life, deserves some basic recognition of human rights.
We are for democracy, with all its risks. We are against any form of dictatorship or totalitarianism, whatever justification and whatever name or model.