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.
We are for democracy, with all its risks. We are against any form of dictatorship or totalitarianism, whatever justification and whatever name or model.
Watch the video and see how these millennials were surprised about the stories of Martial Law.
Come to Pintang Laya art sale 2017, Bantayog’s first-ever art sale and auction aimed at raising funds for the foundation’s advocacy projects.
Today is the 97th birthday of our esteemed senator and beloved former Chairman Emeritus of Bantayog, Jovito R. Salonga. May his words continue to guide us in these challenging times. Maligayang kaarawan, Ka Jovy!
Who benefits from Martial Law in Mindanao? Certainly not the Marawi residents. So who? A forum aims to answer this question.
Listen as the people of Samar share their horrid experience under Martial Law. The video is from a human rights oral history project called Stories of Heroism and Resistance.
The 19 were hailed as the nation’s “real heroes” for resisting repression during martial rule. The rites were among key events held in commemoration of National Heroes’ Day.
Millennials who met through social media stage a vigil on the eve of the November 30 protests against the hero’s burial for late dictator Ferdinand Marcos.
Finally, the Marcoses have had their way, a hero’s burial for their despot-patriarch at the Libingan ng mga Bayani (LNMB), but without the pomp and grandeur of a state funeral that they had been dreaming of for decades.