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MANILA, Philippines – What was supposed to be a typical Friday night to celebrate the end of a week became a night to mourn and rage about an act many find unforgivable: the burial of a dictator in a cemetery for heroes without fair warning.Protesters of all ages and walks of life took to the streets and monuments to voice out their opposition, to support their friends and loved ones, or to feel part of a common cause.
In the People Power Monument in White Plains, Quezon City, protesters seemed to relive the revolution that inspired the shrine. Their anger was palpable in the constant screams and chants, the roughly written placards proclaiming disgust, but so was the camaraderie that linked protesters to each other. College kids gave out cold bottled water for free to thirsty protesters, residents of nearby subdivisions like Corinthian Gardens offered parking spaces in front of their homes, trash bags were regulary filled to ensure the monument was clean.
WATCH: Sights and sounds at the People Power Monument. pic.twitter.com/nBAmhAjpiD— Bea Cupin (@beacupin) November 18, 2016
LOOK: Protester takes…selfie with CDM personnel pic.twitter.com/CogpEDbumc— Bea Cupin (@beacupin) November 18, 2016
Someone even canceled their Grindr date to be at the anti-Marcos burial rally at People Power Monument pic.twitter.com/PW6GcLgR64— Pia Ranada (@piaranada) November 18, 2016