Lorena Barros

No Little Woman: Lorena “Laurie” Barros “This is Laurie, the woman, wife, mother and leader. She will live on and on, and there will be more like her, there must be, because only through them will the country be able to stand erect and truly free. This is Laurie the baby, whose lullaby song was continue reading : Lorena Barros

Angelina Sayat

An artist’s illustration/s of Angelina Sayat when she was alive. Illustrated by Ray-an C. Coloma on March 11, 2022. Share on facebook Share on twitter Would Her Children Understand?: The Death of Angelina Sayat Note: See below for the Filipino version of this article. Talk of the atrocities of Ferdinand Marcos’ martial law regime deals continue reading : Angelina Sayat

Tina Bawagan

Tina Bawagan in 2016, during an interview with Rappler. Photo from https://r3.rappler.com/nation/146857-martial-law-victim-cristina-pargas-bawagan, with permission from Ms. Bawagan. Si Maria Cristina “Tina” P. Bawagan ay ang kasalukuyang Tagapulong ng Survivors’ Hub, isang organisasyon ng mga biktima ng paglabag ng karapatang pantao (human rights violations victims, o mga HRVV) sa ilalim ng Batas Militar 1972-1986. Siya ay continue reading : Tina Bawagan

Sally Ujano

Photo of Sally Ujano screen-captured and cropped from the Child Rights Coalition Asia’s video on “Honoring the Pioneers of Child Rights Advocacy,” 22 November 2019, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gCV7JrjPUQ. Share on facebook Share on twitter Statement on the Arrest of Human Rights Defender Salome “Sally” Ujano PAHAYAG NG PAKIKIISA Maalab na pagbati sa inyo mga kabaro at kasama continue reading : Sally Ujano

Soledad Salvador

Share on facebook Share on twitter Soledad Salvador: A Life of Adversity Worthy of Admiration Note: This article was originally published on August 24, 2021 Soledad Salvador was born in Ilocos Norte on March 10, 1957 to Guillermo and Pacita Salvador, who were tenant farmers. Though they could get by from day to day, a continue reading : Soledad Salvador

Resteta Fernandez

Share on facebook Share on twitter Resteta Fernandez: A Beloved Daughter, Sister and Comrade Note: This article was originally published on August 24, 2021 Resteta Fernandez was a vibrant and enthusiastic young girl. She was articulate and possessed a profound understanding of social issues. Her perceptiveness even led her to graduate high school as “most continue reading : Resteta Fernandez

To Suppress or Resist

Share on facebook Share on twitter To Suppress or Resist The Dilemma of General Tadiar’s forces at EDSA The Dilemma of General Tadiar’s forces at EDSA Note: This article was originally published on February 24, 2021. Introduction Heroism in defiance of the 1972-1986 Martial Law Regime was expressed from various areas of Philippine society. These continue reading : To Suppress or Resist

Jose “Ka Pepe” Diokno

Share on facebook Share on twitter The Life and Legacy of Jose “Ka Pepe” Diokno “There is one dream that all Filipinos share: that our children may have a better life than we have had. So there is one vision that is distinctly Filipino: the vision to make this country, our country, a nation for continue reading : Jose “Ka Pepe” Diokno