Rappler's latest stories on Mendiola Massacre
On the 45th anniversary of martial law and some 30 years after his death, Jose Diokno lives on, his ideals and his dreams, and his deeply held belief that it is worth building 'a nation for our children'
Former Agrarian Reform chief Rafael “Ka Paeng” Mariano, then secretary-general of Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas, is one of the many farmers who were at the Mendiola protest in 1987
Filipinos have the constitutional right to peaceably assemble but these protests against the government sometimes end in bloody clashes with police
Members of peasant groups still cry for justice 28 years after the Mendiola Massacre
Almost 3 decades after the massacre farmers and workers return to the streets to demand elusive justice