The mobilization provided the exact opportunity to gain perspective and learn about society for among its ranks are national minorities, workers, migrant Filipinos, and delegates from Southern Tagalog, Bicol, and Central Luzon among others. Study circles were an integral part of the mobilization and as soon as the program on the stage started, the youth were quick to settle down to conduct discussions that define fascism and outline the present political situation.
Thousands braved the heat and rain in other parts of the country yesterday to protest what they called as ‘Duter-tyranny.’
“We oppose all tendencies toward Martial Law, toward totalitarian rule, toward tyranny, toward a decreasing democratic space.”
“We mark this day with our vow to continue the struggle – to oppose the official restoration of the Marcoses and efforts to overturn history.”
Students nationwide stage a walkout to commemorate martial law and protest its repressive legacies.
Environmental activists and advocates say they want for zero vote for Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr.