Rappler's latest stories on September 21
Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada says 'numerous and massive demonstrations' are expected on Friday, September 21, the 46th anniversary of the declaration of martial law
Commission on Higher Education Officer-in-Charge Prospero De Vera III says universities should promote discussion but he 'frowns upon university officials who take a political position'
(UPDATED) 'Kaligaya ko na lang mamatay sa kamay ninyo. At least hindi mamatay sa sakit,' President Duterte says in response to an alleged assassination plot against him
NDRRMC initially schedules the earthquake drill on September 21. The drills are postponed after President Duterte declared it as a National Day of Protest.
But the Palace maintains that a majority of Filipinos support President Duterte's drug war
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While there are no road closures, the Manila Police District (MPD) Traffic Enforcement Unit expects some roads to be impassable
'It is a time of remembering the past, especially martial law. It is a time of reaffirming our commitment to prevent that past from being repeated,' UP Diliman Chancellor Michael Tan says
According to the Movement Against Tyranny, the space assigned by the National Parks Development Committee to the group can only accommodate a maximum number of 5,000 people. The group expects tens of thousands to join its activity.
The rate-setting meeting of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas' Monetary Board will also push through on Thursday, September 21
'This will be Duterte's baptism of fire,' says Obet de Castro of the Movement Against Tyranny
Malacañang tells protesters to be 'vigilant' of persons who will instigate violence during the rallies to provoke law enforcers
President Rodrigo Duterte says he will be among those expressing grievances against the government on the day he declared as a 'national day of protest'
All activities share the common goals of recalling the 45th anniversary of martial law and condemning dictatorship in all forms
Ahead of the 45th anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law, Malacañang describes it as a time of 'human rights violations, arbitrary state interventions, rampant corruption, and disregard of fundamental civil liberties'
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A memorandum circular suspends government work and classes in public schools nationwide on the 45th anniversary of martial law, a day when rallies are expected to be held
Manlaban para sa Karapatan is only one of the groups taking part in mass protests to be staged on Thursday, September 21, for the 45th anniversary of the declaration of martial law
Attending a rally for the first time? Here are some tips from human rights advocates.
Bookmark and refresh this page for a list of private schools where classes have been suspended for Thursday, September 21
Several activities are lined up all week to recall the signing of Proclamation 1081 on September 21, 1972
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'
(UPDATED) Political rallies are also expected to be massive, prompting President Rodrigo Duterte to suspend government work and classes in Metro Manila
(UPDATED) 'I have declared it as a day of protest,' says President Rodrigo Duterte
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