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On the 21st of September in 1972, then-President Ferdinand Marcos declared Martial Law in the Philippines. It’s been almost five decades since that dark day, and we commemorate those who fell victim to the atrocities of that time. Some would argue that ...
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This month marks the late President Ferdinand Marcos' 101th birthday. There’s his 100th birthday celebration at the Libingan ng mga Bayani, as well as a literary arts festival that includes talks, a poster-making contest, and a debate tournament.While Martial Law Era history has been ...
These creatives are fighting historical revisionism by flooding Twitter with protest art using the hashtags #Marcos100 and #MarcosArtrocities.
In celebration of Ferdinand Marcos's 100th birthday (which, ironically enough, falls on September 11), the Marcos Centennial Facebook page posted a call-out for posters "reflecting the outstanding accomplishment and character of President Marcos as a Filipino."However, the good people of Twitter just ...
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