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!

Today is that day… malalaman nyo kung bakit … (you will find out why…) here at the #universityofthephilippines #UPDiliman

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Today is that day…

malalaman nyo kung bakit… 

(you will find out why…)

kung bakit … nakakatakot ang ginawang poster ng mga Law on Mass Media students

(… you will get the fright of your life with the poster produced by the Law on Mass Media students…)

Join us in an afternoon of… FRIGHT AND FIGHT!!!!!

(hindi ko naman alam kung bakit

poster namin naging nakakata-ket)

Gen Z nakakatuwâ

 dripping drops of blood pa

sa corner na gilíd-gilíd

pinagsamang bampira at walking dead talaga

 Join us sumama na 

mamaya,

      mamaya na

JOIN US TODAY AT 1:00pm

(poster produced by the team led by Brian Black) 

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Section FWX Ethics 4th Media Monitor can be viewed at:

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A Look at History: #EngineerTheDownfall was originally authored by Progresibong Samahan sa Inhenyera at Agham, 1971

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A Look at History: #EngineerTheDownfall was originally authored by Progresibong Samahan sa Inhenyera at Agham, 1971:

Posted on Facebook by Mon Ramirez on Sept. 21, 2014, shared on FB and Twitter by Randy Malayao:


Mon Ramirez
September 21, 2014 

“1971 ito, sa UP Engineering Building (Melchor Hall), during the Diliman Commune. (This was in 1971, at the UP Engineering Building (Melchor Hall) during the Diliman Commune).

1972, nagmartial law si Marcos (1972, Marcos declared martial law)

1986 tumakas puntang Hawaii ang diktador (1986 the dictator fled to Hawaii) 

“Sa pagitan ng 1971 nang pinintura yan sa Engg Bldg at 1986 (It was between 1971 and 1986 when that was painted on the Engineering building) tuloy tuloy ang pakikibaka ng mga mamamayan (the people’s struggle was unrelenting). Maraming nagbuwis ng buhay (Countless gave their lives) at ang ilan (may mga 200+ na) ay nakaukit ang mga pangalan nila sa Wall of Remembrance ng Bantayog (and some of them (about 200-plus) have their names etched in the Wall of Remembrance at the Monument) Resulta ng mga samut’saring pakikibaka sa buong kapuluan ng mga mamamayan sa mahabang panahon ang pangyayari na noong 1986 ay tumakas si Marcos papuntang Hawaii. (The result of the multi-layered struggles in the entire archipelago of the people thru the years which culminated in 1986 when Marcos fled to Hawaii).

BTW, ang nakalagda dyan ay PSIA, Progresibong Samahan sa Inhenyera at Agham, (BTW, the signatory there is the PSIA, Progressive Society in Engineering and Science) na ang ilang miembro ay naging martir at nakalagay sa Bantayog ang pangalan (some of whose members became heroes and martyrs with names carved in the Monument of heroes). Isa rito ay ang isang founding member, Mariano Lopez: (One of them is one of the founding members, Mariano Lopez).

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” “Mariano “Rak” Lopez of Bataan was a graduate of the Philippine Science High School batch 1969, 5th ranked, and was an NSDB (now DOST) scholar from 1968 to 1972 while studying for his BS Electrical Engineering degree. Rak was active in the UP Nationalist Corps, SDK and later the cultural group Gintong Silahis. In 1972, in his 4th year in college, he dropped out of school to become a full time organizer in urban poor communities. Upon the declaration of martial law, Rak was arrested and detained until February 1974. He worked for a time at the Daily Express where he organized a union. He later left to join the NPA in Isabela. He was gunned down by military troopers in 1976 in Isabela.”
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