I was only twelve when People Power I broke out. I prayed it would soon be over so I could finish sixth grade and move on to high school. Two decades after, I keep the memory of People Power alive to see patterns of repetitive mistakes, failures and sins committed in the hope that I can, in my own little way, change for the better.
The PCIJ provides a historical glimpse of those three monumental days in February of 1986 and what has happened to twenty key people of that peaceful revolution. Where were you those three days and where are you know two decades after?