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MANILA, Philippines – Carrying protest signposts reflecting catchphrases and lingo of their generation, millennials dominate the anti-Marcos burial rally held on Wednesday, November 30.
Patty Pasion files this video blog.
We are here at the People Power Monument on EDSA, where people are protesting the burial of former president Ferdinand Marcos at the Heroes’ Cemetery. We can see the millennials here at the rally coming from different schools and universities, like students from St Scholastica’s College, De La Salle University and the University of Santo Tomas.
Also here are religious groups and non-governmental organizations.
Some high-profile personalities are also here, like singer-songwriter Jim Paredes and UP Professor Winnie Monsod.
Nearer to Camp Aguinaldo are the supporters of president Rodrigo Duterte, led by the group Youth for Duterte.
Stay tuned for more here on Rappler’s coverage. – Rappler.com