This @nytimes feature on ordinary people who have survived the horrors of Martial Law should reach more Filipinos. It amplifies the truth that EVERYBODY was vulnerable to abuses during the dark era.
Echo their stories, remember their faces.
Bahaghari salutes our fellow women, queer, and transgender activists who militantly staged a lightning protest in light of Marcos Jr.’s visit in NY at the Asia Society.
LGBTQIA+ Filipinos will never forget. #NeverAgain#ML50
(Video credit: @beacupin)
On this day 50 years ago, the late dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos signed Proclamation No. 1081, placing the entire nation under martial law. During his regime, Marcos was accused of human rights violations and graft and corruption.
What was life like under Martial Law? (1/2)
ICYMI | The US screening of the documentary film 11,103 was held at Florida International University, Miami, Florida.
11,103 is a documentary about the Martial Law survivors in the Philippines.
This screening is part of AVX: Visions X Movements. #AVX#NeverAgain#NeverForget
It is planned extermination of own nation. And think that still they write #NeverAgain#NeverForget
How it can happen in Israel again?
The worse thoughts are comming to me when doctors who inject this toxic spike are like kapo.