Aquino Assassination Thirty Years After - updates

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News that counts: Journalism after Aquino's assassination

Sep 07, 2013 - 11:51 PM

The architects of Martial Law knew that their success depended on silencing the press journalist Melinda Quintos de Jesus says

Film, theater and literature: Voices that cannot be silenced

Aug 31, 2013 - 8:50 AM

Film critic Nicanor Tiongson says Ninoy Aquino s assassination united the arts which in turn slowly forged unity among various sectors of society against a common enemy

PROTEST IN ART. Nicanor Tiongson talks about the voices of protests in film and literature during the Martial Law era. Photo by Rappler/Jee Geronimo

'Ninoy linked up with the Left to aid presidential ambition'

Aug 25, 2013 - 8:00 AM

Talking about Aquino s ties with communists Ateneo professor Leloy Claudio says For once the pathological liar Ferdinand Marcos was not lying

Photo from official Tumblr page of the Presidential Museum and Library

Ninoy and People Power: Stories of generations

Aug 08, 2013 - 7:30 AM

The youth today perceived by some to be apathetic could actually be seen instead as disempowered in solving the nation s problems

Revisiting the Aquino assassination 30 years after

Jul 31, 2013 - 3:45 PM

The Ateneo s Interdisciplinary Studies department launches a series of lectures that looks at the different factors that led to the assassination and its effects on the country

LESSONS FROM AQUINO. The "Aquino Assassination Thirty Years After" lecture series kicks off with the screening of the documentary Batas Militar. Photo by David Lozada