IN PHOTOS: PH stars remember the 45th anniversary of Martial Law
MANILA, Philippines – On Thursday, September 21, local stars made their voices heard as they marched and took part in the protests to remember the declaration of Martial Law. (READ: Thousands join national protest to remind Filipinos of Marcos' Martial Law)
Actor Pen Medina was spotted speaking at the Anti-Duterte rally in Luneta.
Saab Magalona, with her band Cheats, took part at the "Manlaban Para sa Karapatan" rally and concert at the Commission on Human Rights grounds.
Carlos Celdran, Mae Paner (aka Juana Change), and Juan Miguel Severo were also spotted marching and reading during the show.
Agot Isidro, Audie Gemora, Celeste Legaspi, Cherry Pie Picache, director Carlito Siguion-Reyna, and talent manager Noel Ferrer were also seen at the rally. The artists also performed the Filipino version of Les Miserables' "Do You Hear the People Sing?"
Others, like Jim Paredes, Leah Navarro, and Noel Cabangon, took to social media to voice out their opinions.
Thousands of people gathered in various parts of the country to remember the 45th anniversary of Martial Law, which was declared by president Ferdinand Marcos in 1972.
President Rodrigo Duterte declared September 21 as a "National Day of Protest," canceling classes and work in government offices. – Rappler.com