Rappler's latest stories on 1986 People Power Revolution
'It was the first bloodless people power revolution in the whole entire planet Earth, and it remains significant,' says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque, after an online poll by Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson
When this regime threatens press freedom, imprisons its critics, and arbitrarily kills its citizens, then it fails us and EDSA. It reverses all the steps we have taken towards democracy and progress.
Ngayong ika-32 anibersaryo ng EDSA, angkop ang sinabi ni Milan Kundera: 'The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting'
'We are seeing an erosion of our moral fiber as a people,' says an activist nun as the Philippines marks the 32nd anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution
'[H]indi tayo dapat magpabaya na manumbalik muli ang kadiliman na pinagdaanan,' says Vice President Leni Robredo
Rappler speaks to Jeffrey Consumo – former President Cory Aquino's art teacher from 1996 to 1998
A lot of people who worked under the Marcos regime were unceremoniously branded as undesirable and cast aside by the conquering heroes and heroines
X users share their experiences from EDSA I and their hopes for the Philippines 30 years after the People Power Revolution
While many revisit EDSA to commemorate People Power 1 others say it is time to move on
The training I learned in confronting authorities with or without a camera during martial law are valuable lessons I used later in my investigative photojournalism work
Vice presidential candidate Leni Robredo asks Filipino youth to understand the context behind EDSA I and the older generation to help them do it
Who were the prominent figures of EDSA 1986 and where are they now?
Mythologizing historical figures to the point of sainthood or supervillain only softens the edges of the past and removes any nuance or lesson to be gained
Millennials are brought face to face with history through vivid personal experiences of activists during the Martial Law
In his memoir to be launched February 25 Retired National Security Adviser Jose Almonte recalls the years before the ouster of dictator Ferdinand Marcos
A teacher reflects on the memory of EDSA and the changing meaning of freedom for today s students