Martyrs & Heroes 2019

Student activists, labor organizers, artists and cultural workers, a church social worker and organizer, a people’s lawyer, and a group of five farmers and fishermen: all of them will be honored on Saturday, Bonifacio Day, their names etched on the black granite Wall of Remembrance at Bantayog ng mga Bayani grounds in Quezon City.

Bantayog ng mga Bayani: A Unique Filipino Monument

“For it is in remembering the lessons of the past – and avoiding a repeat of their negative repercussions – that we will truly advance the welfare, the wellbeing, and the rights and liberties of all our people pursuant to the demands of the Rule of Law and our democratic Constitution.”

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Bayani Lubid at ang Dekada ng Martial Law

Never again to dictatorship! On the occasion of the 32nd anniversary of EDSA People Power, Bantayog ng mga Bayani invite you to a restaging of Ramces M. Dili’s “Bayani Lubid at ang dekada ng martial law.” This is a play about the lives of ordinary people who fell victim to the abuses of the police Read more about Bayani Lubid at ang Dekada ng Martial Law[…]

Response in behalf of the families of Marciano Anastacio Jr., Hernando Cortez, Manuel Dorotan and Simplicio Villados

Ako po si Cecille Valdellon.  Sa hapong ito, sina Marciano P. Anastacio Jr., Hernando M. Cortez, Manuel G. Dorotan at Simplicio D. Villados ay pinararangalan ng Bantayog ng mga Bayani Foundation bilang mga martir sa pagsusulong ng Kilusang paggawa.  Sinupil ng gobyernong Marcos ang mga karapatan ng uring manggagawa sa panahon ng batas militar.  Subalit Read more about Response in behalf of the families of Marciano Anastacio Jr., Hernando Cortez, Manuel Dorotan and Simplicio Villados[…]