|At EDSA in front of Camp Crame.|
|At EDSA fronting Camp Crame.|
|Food and water for the soldiers.|
It was not a heavy price though for the victory that came afterward. We soon forgot about it when word got around that Macoy has fled, and we were on board a fraternity brother's Volks Beetle honking down the avenue exchanging victory shouts with other sweat-drenched, exhausted yet ecstatic souls along the way.
|One with the people.|
It's really time to cast off the yellow magic spell. We should not forget why there were coup attempts during the yellow regime, or why brown-outs came about to ruin our economic agenda for many years.
|The battle ground was as far as the eye could see.|
The Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP) in Morong, Bataan was on its final pre-operational tests and the nuclear fuel was all set for loading into the core when Malacanang ordered that it be shut down for good. That exacted a heavy toll on the Filipino people; they continued paying the multi-million dollar loan for it through many more years.
|Neighboorhood associations on the march.|
|Even the handicapped were in the thick of the rebellion.|
|Cardboard encampment for the EDSA rebels.|
Democracy working equally for all such as in the access to education and health services; economic well-being and poverty alleviation; good governance and elimination of graft and corruption--we dreamed of these 25 years ago, and we still do today.
|Student activists doing their street theater act near ABS-CBN on Bohol Ave.|