Announcement Sarado po ang mga opisina ng Bantayog ng mga Bayani mula December 24, 2016 hanggang January 2, 2017. Pero maari pong dalawin ang Bantayog Wall of Remembrance sa panahong iyan. Ang mga bisita ay hinihikayat na mag-iwan mg kanilang pangalan at contact details sa guardhouse. May isang logbook na nakalaan lamang para dito. Magkita-kita Read more about Default title[…]
Response on Behalf of the families, comrades and friends of Martyrs and Heroes (Media and Professionals) included in the Wall of Remembrance at the Bantayog ng mga Bayani, Nov. 30, 2016: It has been a cliche to refer to departed friends and loved ones as having lived a “full life”. Yet, one cannot think of Read more about Response on Behalf of the families, comrades and friends of Martyrs and Heroes (Media and Professionals) included in the Wall of Remembrance at the Bantayog ng mga Bayani, Nov. 30, 2016:[…]
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.
Like many other concepts, what heroes and heroism are can only be meaningfully understood in their historical, political and social contexts.
Watch this historic act of unity of the people, communities, schools, and universities in the Diliman Katipunan area against historical revisionism.
Like a thief in the night, at high noon on November 18, the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos was sneaked into the Libingan ng mga Bayani (LNMB)
Why will there be closure? Have the wounds of the Martial Law victims been healed?
In their statement after the announcement of the SC decision, NUPL said the decision “is a big letdown at a time people are desperately seeking for some sense of decency, proportion, sanity and reason.”
FLASHBACK to 27 years ago. Marcos vs. Manglapus, G.R. No. 88211, September 15, 1989, 177 SCRA 668. It is the Philippine Supreme Court (SC) Decision that law students are taught and recite on regarding “residual unstated powers” of the President.