Rappler's latest stories on First Quarter Storm
Armed with nothing more than angry slogans and sticks and stones – and an occasional pillbox or two – those who manned the barricades during the FQS would undergo a baptism of fire that would change their lives forever
(UPDATED) Military chief General Carlito Galvez Jr, who does not identify the schools, says this is part of the communists' bid to form a 'broad coalition' to unseat President Rodrigo Duterte
House Bill 8271 seeks to commemorate the turbulent period in Philippine history marked by mostly student-led mass demonstrations and protests against the Marcos dictatorship
If we go beyond the factional debates and how cadres and ex cadres interpreted them and justified their respective sides we can discern a couple of interesting things
Why are many 'veterans' of the fight against the Marcos dictatorship now are pitted against each other in the battle between President Rodrigo Duterte and his opponents?
The First Quarter Storm was a series of protests during the first 3 months of 1970 which prompted the declaration of the Martial Law
Jerry Barican noted student activist and former presidential spokesman dies from complications of a heart attack
I am afraid that one day given the Marcos apologists inundating social media I ll be one of many Filipinos afflicted with amnesia – unable to recall what our mothers and fathers and grandmothers and grandfathers told us about Martial Law
From January to March 1970 student leaders protest against the government of Ferdinand Marcos prompting the declaration of Martial Law in 1972
While the First Quarter Storm is believed to be an upsurge in the youth and student movement its impact derives from its breaking out of the narrow confines of school issues reaching out to other sectors
What really matters is not admissions of past guilt or injustice but fundamentally the rightness of any transfer in charity from those who have to those who have less
This started the road to my personal transformation from a moderate to a radical student
Maynila sa mga Kuko ng Liwanag still thrives in its critical acclaim almost 40 years after its release
Tubog sa Ginto has married businessman Eddie Garcia in steamy affair with driver Mario O Hara Sounds familiar?