At the moment, it contains issues from 1980s publications such as Philippine Signs, Signs of the Times, Veritas, Mr & Ms. Who and others. More will be added in the future.
The press suffered much under the Marcos dictatorship, with independent newspapers shut down, television stations taken over, and journalists slain, harassed or taken to prison. However, as resistance to the dictatorship built up, more and more independent publications emerged. They provide us today a chronicle of how Filipinos lived, suffered and struggled under a dictatorship.
We welcome donations so we can continue to build the library. This is for our youth. This is for our history. Never again to censorship. Never again to tyranny.