Part of Marcos Sr.’s legacy is a regime stained with blood from countless state-sponsored killings and violence. From provincial barrios to central city streets, this interactive map provides a visual representation of the wide reach of his administration’s brutality. Except for where the very few favored by the ruling classes dwelled, no place in the Philippines was exempt from death by bombs and bullets.
Credits: Christine Alvarez | Carlos Afable | Jessie R. San Buenaventura | Keneth Gadian | Tamia Reodica | Jonas Tugab
ML. Benedict. Mique, Benedict Mique Jr., 2018. 90 min. Philippines.
Barber’s Tales. Jun R. Lana, 2013. 120 min. Philippines.
Batch ’81. Mike De Leon, 1982. 108 min. Philippines.
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Public Video Resources
What Happened to the Billions That Former President Marcos Stole From the Philippines| The Big Steal
BATAS MILITAR: Martial Law Under President Ferdinand E. Marcos Full Documentary
Martial Law Myths Busted | History
Demystifying Demagogues and Dictators
EDSA 35: Tumanda Na, Nagtanda Ba?
Martial Law: #NeverAgain #NeverForget