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"In the middle of darkness, we saw light. In the face of the bad things that happened, we learned lessons"
In the run-up to the 50th anniversary of the start of martial law, pro-Marcos posts have flooded Facebook and TikTok
Bishop Gerardo Alminaza of San Carlos described the movie “Maid in Malacañang” as “shameless”
"The martial law years were never a golden age of development and progress; it was a period of massive suffering"
How should we understand what happened? Is that all that there is to it? Where do we get resources — internal and external — to move forward?
The papal nuncio said Marcos “assured me of his desire to collaborate, cooperate closely with the Church and Holy See”
Martial law rights abuse victims vow to keep on telling the stories of "martyrs and heroes" until justice is truly served
Caritas Philippines urged the country's new leaders to "honor the rule of law and history, and make government more accountable”
“We know the risks, we know the threats, we just can’t allow the fear to erase our works that tell history” - Maria Ceres Doyo
Three decades after Marcos died disgraced in Hawaii, his image and political dynasty are being resurrected
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