Category: memory


Nov. 4-Friday from 9am to 1pm. Padre Faura, SUPREME COURT Gates.  If you have not engaged in any public protest against the proposed Marcos burial at the Libingan ng mga Bayani, this is our LAST CHANCE to be heard. On … Continue reading

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MY STORY | Surviving Yolanda and the city of the dead

By Lottie Salarda TACLOBAN CITY, Philippines — Let me do away with bragging rights first. I can proudly say I am one of the toughest persons on earth after surviving the strongest storm ever to make landfall. Having said that, I … Continue reading

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Communities of memory

By Randy David A few days ago, I participated in a forum to explore the purpose and methodology of establishing a “museum of memory” that would contain and preserve memories from the dark period of martial law. The concept behind … Continue reading


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