Rappler's latest stories on revolution
'If the aftermath of EDSA did not lead to ample social changes, this is not a blot on EDSA'
Multisectoral groups take to the streets to point out oppressive policies and violations under the Duterte administration that mirror those of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos
'My father got away with a slap on the wrist. Many were not as lucky.'
A roundup of false information Rappler has debunked about Ferdinand Marcos’ dictatorial regime and the popular series of demonstrations that overthrew him
How can the popularity of the EDSA uprising be contested and reduced to 'Aquino-sponsored' political propaganda?
For Sister Helen, nothing beats physical activism in terms of impact. 'I think unless you get a mass of people out on the streets, nothing will change.'
President Rodrigo Duterte hails the peaceful uprising for having restored democratic institutions, many of which he himself has attacked or threatened
(UPDATED) On the 34th anniversary of the historic event, Vice President Leni Robredo urges Filipinos to protect and preserve the memory of the EDSA People Power Revolution amid attempts by some quarters to 'erase it for their personal agenda'
'After more than 3 decades and 6 administrations, our country is still suffering from the same mistakes'
'Despite this most beautiful memory of democracy and solidarity, I find no cause for celebration'
Here are the banks which will have certain branches open on Tuesday, February 25, 2020
The People Power Revolution was neither peaceful nor bloodless
When the protector becomes the predator, where do you run?
Join us on Tuesday, February 25, at 5 pm
But Britain's protection was ultimately not needed after the deposed dictator Ferdinand Marcos, Corazon Aquino's rival in the 1986 snap presidential elections, steps down
'It was an incredible feeling,' says the actor
The Philippines' Jake de Leon and Malaysia's Shaukat lead their teams in a 5-on-5 'Ubusan ng Lahi' match at Philippine Wrestling Revolution's 2019 yearender show
The show is 5 years in the making for Philippine Wrestling Revolution
The Motor City wrestler spoils Jeff Cobb's homecoming and Quatro's title run in 'PWR Special: Homecoming'
Both wrestlers exhibit the Philippine brand of wrestling athleticism in 'PWR Special: Homecoming'
The Fil-Am wrestler sets his sights on the Philippine Wrestling Revolution championship
Ahead of his 'PWR Special: Homecoming' main event match, TJP shares his advice to fellow Filipino wrestlers: 'Be authentic, be yourself, be patient'
After their WWE tryout experience, Jake de Leon, Crystal, and Ken Warren get to see action in the 'PWR Special: Homecoming' on Saturday, October 12
Rappler talks to some stellar homegrown wrestlers: PWR champion Quatro, PHX winner Chino Guinto, and All Out War titlist Martivo
Crystal, Jake de Leon and Ken Warren are among the 40 wrestlers from Asia who tried their luck in WWE's search for its next wrestling superstars
The Fil-Am former WWE cruiserweight champion will be at the 'PWR Homecoming' show
In a statement, police and prosecutors say they worked for more than a year to smash Chemical Revolution, which sold amphetamines, cocaine, heroin, cannabis, ecstasy, LSD, and other synthetic drugs
Data from the Philippine Statistics Authority show that the number of overseas Filipino workers rose even before 1986
The Lightbringer outwrestles Ralph Imabayashi in a thrilling 2-out-of-3 Falls Match at Wrevolution X
Ray Wong and Alan Li – who took part in 2016 protests dubbed the "Fishball Revolution" which saw the Hong Kong's worst violence for decades – are the first dissenters from the semi-autonomous Chinese city to receive such protection
The pope emeritus, who retired in 2013, blames the crises rocking the Roman Catholic Church globally with the fight for an 'all-out sexual freedom, one which no longer admitted any norms'
Signs of a divided, forgetful country come on full display as the Philippines marks the 33rd anniversary of the peaceful EDSA People Power Revolution of 1986
'Let us never forget the sacrifice of those who came before us so that we may always be motivated to preserve and protect the democratic way of life that we enjoy today,' says President Rodrigo Duterte
We need to remember why Filipinos both in the Philippines and abroad rallied against a dictator
Vice President Leni Robredo says Filipinos must break the misconception that the EDSA Revolution is just all about the 'dilawans'
(UPDATED) ‘We cannot allow the next generation of Filipinos to live in fear and violence. We stand against the Duterte government,’ says the Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates
This week's selection of photo highlights here and around the world
'The presence of people today on the streets all over Islamic Iran... means that the enemy will never reach its evil objectives,' says President Hassan Rouhani, decrying a 'conspiracy' involving Washington
Opinion polls put him behind ex-prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko, who rose to international prominence in 2004 during the anti-corruption Orange Revolution demonstrations
(UPDATED) 'Maybe sometimes I'm wrong, but I'm wrong sincerely,' former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko tells an audience waving yellow-and-blue Ukrainian flags
We have to understand the transformative force of the 4th Industrial Revolution
For the first time, Cuba celebrates 60 years of revolution without a revolutionary fighter leading the government
PWR Champion Ralph Imabayashi extends his record-breaking reign, then ditches his ally Mainstream Mahaba. Plus, PWR caps off 2018 with two new champions.
According to UNICEF, 892 million people worldwide have no choice but to defecate in the open
At 'PWR Live: Homefront', PWR wrestlers fend off foreign challengers and MWF mainstay Robin Sane. Plus, Quatro's title dreams are dashed as PWR Champion Ralph Imabayashi retains in controversial fashion.
The Philippine Institute for Development Studies' report lays out the landscape of jobs in the Philippines as automation threatens to displace workers
Former senator Juan Ponce Enrile also tells Bongbong Marcos that he didn't know the dictator was sick, even though he served the Marcos regime for 20 years
It's a shame that the WWE stint of local wrestling queen Crystal didn't push through as it would have been historic