The survivors continue to need today assistance in livelihood, reparations, and efforts to address the roots of the vulnerability of their communities to climate-induced disasters.
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“9-5-1 is a lie. We must stand up for the truth. And the truth is that Marcos does not deserve to be buried at the Libingan ng mga Bayani.” — Edita Burgos
“Once again, the Armed Forces of the Philippines proved its sheer paranoia.”
Protesters decried the continuing attacks against their leaders and communities, and the injustice for victims of the past administration.
‘This is contrary to Health Secretary Paulyn Jean Rosell-Ubial’s statement during the budget hearing in the House of Representatives that Fabella Hospital would not be transferred.’
“We are one with you.”
Students nationwide stage a walkout to commemorate martial law and protest its repressive legacies.
Three former student activists were awarded with the sablay, symbolizing UP’s recognition of them as honorary alumni.
Green groups call for a moratorium on coal plants, and for the country’s conversion to clean energy and nationalization of the power industry.
‘We hope that this will be the last, but as long as civil war exists, there will still be prisoners of war.’ — Father Romeo Tagud, IFI
Some 200 students stormed the UP Board of Regents meeting in a protest Aug. 25.