#WeRemember is the official hashtag of this year’s commemoration of martial law by the University of the Philippines (UP) for its annual Day of Remembrance, which it has formally held since 2018. Details of the commemoration were announced by the UP Presidential Commission on Culture and Arts (UP-PCCA), headed by Raymundo Rovillos, a professor […]
Raise your voice, break the silence! 📢 Join us in commemorating the Day of Remembrance, as we use symbolic forms of dissent to ensure history is never forgotten. In 2018, September 21 was declared as the UP Day of Remembrance. This year, join us for “Noises and Voices of Memory and Dissent”, a noise-making […]
As recognition of the University’s role at the forefront of awareness, vigilance, and militancy, and to build on last year’s inaugural program, the University will launch an expanded lineup of events with the theme, Dambana ng Paggunita at Pagtutuos sa Batas Militar ni Marcos, to banner the key messages: Marahas ang Batas Militar, Lugmok ang Ekonomiya, Niyurakan ang Karapatang Pantao, Sinupil ang Pamamahayag, at Ninakaw ang Kabang-Yaman.
University of the Philippines President Danilo L. Concepcion signs a proclamation declaring September 21 as UP Day of Remembrance this morning in the UP Board of Regents Room, Quezon Hall, Diliman, Quezon City. The proclamation was issued in honor of UP’s contributions to the fight against dictatorship and despotism, UP having stood at the forefront of the resistance to martial law.
UP President Danilo L. Concepcion is set to declare September 21 as a Day of Remembrance in memory of the University’s best and brightest who struggled against dictatorship and despotism during the martial law years.