Dear Rappler Reader,
“The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting.”
Taking off from this quote from a book by famous author Milan Kundera, our #AnimatED this week outlines key reminders about EDSA and issues the country faces today.
Making sure people will remember starts from keeping the public informed on matters of public interest–even if doing so offends those in power. This essence of press freedom is highlighted in the movie, “The Post.” For those who have not watched this important film, do take time to read our review which includes the movie trailer.
Meanwhile, experts are set to take “center stage” today at the Senate for a hearing on the Benham Rise issue.
Benham Rise has been in the headlines recently after China gave names to the area’s undersea features and after the Philippine government allowed Chinese researchers to go to the area despite the it being Philippine territory.
Below are the top news of the day.
Have a great week ahead!
Ngayong ika-32 anibersaryo ng EDSA, angkop ang sinabi ni Milan Kundera: ‘The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting’
Watch the hearing live on Rappler
‘The Post’ is indubitably a terrific film. It is timing, however, that is its most important element.
Students and teachers preparing to return to the Florida school that was the scene of a gruesome mass shooting continue to urge politicians to act swiftly to address gun violence
The Department of Labor and Employment says the deployment ban will not be lifted until safety guarantees are secured
Samsung shows off the new Galaxy S9 in the Philippines alongside its global launch at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain
The late strongman Ferdinand Marcos signed a presidential decree that sought to jail ‘rumor mongers.’ It was repealed by Corazon Aquino.
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