Student Works: Infographics

“Bilang isang high school student, paano ko isasapuso ang pambansang kasaysayan natin at ipaglalaban ang kalayaan, demokrasya, at karapatang pantao?”

The 1st Martial Law Museum Awards is a nationwide competition for high school students that aims to promote the value of remembering our history as a nation during Martial Law and engage the youth in creative responses through literature and the arts. Here are the finalists for the INFOGRAPHIC CATEGORY.

 

10 Reasons Why Millenials are Martial Law Victims Too

KISHA SERAFIN, KATHLENE GETUBIG, MARISOL FUNELAS (Champions)

De La Salle Santiago Zobel

 

 

How the Marcos Regime Killed the Economy

SABINE GOCHUICO, SOFIA TRINIDAD, KAITYLN ROQUE

The Seed Montessori School of Quezon City

 

 

PH Human Rights Under Conjugal Dictatorship

KAYLA BALNEG, ADRIAN MATIAS, KOBE VITUG

San Beda College Rizal

 


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