Message of Solidarity to U.P. President Danilo Concepcion, UPCMC Dean Elena Pernia, and many more on this Day of Remembrance

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Message of Solidarity to U.P. President Danilo Concepcion, UPCMC Dean Elena Pernia, and many more on this Day of Remembrance

      The Law on Mass Media HWX-1 class sends this message of solidarity to U.P. President Danilo Concepcion (“PDLC”, “Danicon”) for his Proclamation of the Day of Remembrance Sept. 21 to encourage members of the U.P. Community to participate in activities that commemorate the struggle against martial law; and to UP CMC Dean Neny Pernia and College Secretary Prof. Terry Singun for the invaluable assistance of the staff (many thanks, Gina, RJ, Diane, Nanette, Jumong, Troz, Jaymer, many more.). A lively, celebratory presentation of how a united people prevailed over all kinds and forms of prior restraint during martial law was successfully staged yesterday in Plaridel Hall, U.P. College of Mass Communication lobby through musical and dramatic performances (sample videos of dramatic performances tweeted by Tinig ng Plaridel, click vid below embedded in the tweet)

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a film showing,

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and an FB Live show of the class 

together with UPRISE,

 

 

U.P. Repertory, filmmaker Hector Calma (film, “Alingawngaw sa Panahon ng Pagpapasiya”), NUJP’s Inday Espina Varona, 

Journalism Department’s Prof. Danny Arao, 

STAND-UP’s Ice Punzalan, 

UP Sikat,

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Alay Sining, Revy Marata,

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with live coverage/live tweets from Tinig ng Plaridel, and with the online support of thousands who viewed on FB (executive producers: Brian Black, Tori Uy,; FB Live production: Xaika Saldivar, Wolfe Salazar and Jaycen Aligway; productions assistants Connie, Chaze, Justine, and marichu.)
         Mapagpalayang pagbati sa ating lahat!

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