All of us have a responsibility to remember our past so we can build a better future.
During Martial Law in
the Philippines from 1972-1986:
3,240 were killed,
34,000 were tortured,
70,000 were jailed.
These heroes made a stand, struggled, and died so we can be free today.
Here are ways to make a stand today and let their memories live on:
For school administrators
Organize a teacher training in your school – contact us now.
Build a learning culture that teaches core values (soon!)
Contribute to our learning museum
Tell your family’s #MartialLawStory
Submit a #MartialLawLesson in any subject
Sponsor #MartialLawHero poster in your classroom
email your contributions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow us on social media
Visit other monuments to our national memory
Martial Law Museum
Department of Interdisciplinary Studies
2/F Dela Costa Hall
Ateneo de Manila University
1108 Brgy Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Email us: email@example.com