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September 30, 2017


Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to join the Luneta rally last September 21st.  But an article caught my attention showing clever and some witty protest signs found at the rally I remembered the signs at the Women’s March in various cities in the United States early this year that even museums and libraries around the world are collecting for archive.

Here are some signs found on the Day of Protest rally that caught my attention online.  There’s a mix of poetry, Game of Thrones reference, millennial lingo to calling out Titas of Manila!

Millennial Speak

Power of three…keywords


Calling out Titas of the Philippines

Photo credit: @chemikhazi Twitter



With costume and lighting


A poem at the rally

Photo credit: @phkule Twitter


The power of words in a rally sign.


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