Weaving Back the Threads of Our Histories

Weaving Back the Threads of our Histories is a collaborative project symbolically reclaiming our stories, particularly the Filipiniana icon tarnished by the vulgar opulence of Imelda during the Marcos Regime.

Mga Kwentong Martial Law

“Mga Kwentong Martial Law” is a collection of video-based accounts of people and families who suffered under the Marcos Regime.

Interactive Map of Human Rights Violations under Marcos Sr.’s Regime

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.

Daluyong: Political Filmmaking in a Period of Social Unrest Redux

A redux of selected Cinemata uploads on political filmmaking in a period of social unrest.

The Kingmaker – Tagalog Version

Centered on the indomitable character of Imelda Marcos, THE KINGMAKER examines, with intimate access, the Marcos family’s improbable return to power in the Philippines. The film explores the disturbing legacy of the Marcos regime and chronicles Imelda’s present-day push to help her son, Bongbong, win the vice presidency.

Pira-Pirasong Kuwento ng Martial Law

The initiatives of memorialization are cited for holding an essential role in the ascendancy of human rights, as the remembrances of the past terrors, fears, and injustices are a powerful tool to counter its re-occurrence today. However, the plight of historical revisionism in our country continuously manipulates the national memory into thinking of the Marcos… Continue reading Pira-Pirasong Kuwento ng Martial Law

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The Revolution is Colorblind

How to best experience this exhibition The exhibition assets may take a little while to load. While you are waiting, here are some tips to make your visit more enjoyable: Enter Full-ScreenWhether you are on a laptop or a smartphone, we want you to get the full experience. We suggest you enter the full-screen mode… Continue reading The Revolution is Colorblind

Letters to the Past

These letters were written by Heroes Hub fellows on the event of the Martial Law education learning series of the Heroes Hub Youth Fellowship Program, September 8 2018 held at the Bantayog ng mga Bayani, Quezon City.

Old Mirrors New Reflections

In the months of March, April, and May, the Assumption College’s Grade six (6) classes have been taught the horrors and stories of the Martial Law era by their teachers with a special lecture by public historian Professor Charleston “Xiao” Chua. The students then are asked to artistically reflect on their learnings by creating artworks signifying their understanding of this significant point in Philippine history. The works produced are very diverse and employed not only traditional media but contemporary cultural forms of communications like memes and digital collages.

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