Love in the Time of Martial Law

This series of stories begins with a match made in hell: the story of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos, which led to the conjugal dictatorship that plunged our nation to the dark days of Martial Law.

But love, too, played a great role in the resistance. The next two stories tell how two couples’ love for the nation and the masses led them to love one another.

The Revolution is Colorblind

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Isang Daan

100 moments, mementos, and memories on the paths leading to Martial Law and the People Power Revolution

Wall of Remembrance: Digital Bantayog ng mga Bayani

This exhibition which recreates the Bantayog ng mga Bayani’s iconic memorial center is now accessible to digital visitors from the regions and abroad — stylized and up-to-date, and interactive to promote and facilitate education on the heroes of the Martial Law era.