The Bantayog ng mga Bayani (Monument of Heroes) is dedicated to those who lived and died resisting the Martial Law regime. The foundation maintains a memorial site, museum and archive of materials pertaining to the struggles of Martial Law victims who are now recognized as heroes.

Dr. Ruben Mallari, a Filipino-American doctor, helped establish the memorial site to honor the sacrifices of people who had died for the cause of freedom. In raising awareness about the collective struggle against the Marcos dictatorship, the Bantayog hopes to reach scholars, students and school children alike.
As of January 2024, 298 of 326 persons recognized by the Bantayog Research Center as heroes and martyrs possess biographies that are digitally available for browsing through their website’s “Martyrs and Heroes” Section.

Under the “Museum” tab, the Bantayog Foundation’s website provides a showcase of the memorial site, including artpieces, monument features, and the museum’s educational initiatives.

The “Library and Archives” section includes a short collection of books, articles and digitized primary sources, including productions by the foundation.

Finally, the “Art and Multimedia” section of the site provides a mix of resources, including creative art pieces, music recordings, historical audio files, documentary articles, and videos.

Contact Person: May V. Rodriguez (Executive Director)
Address: Sen. Jovito R. Salonga Building, Bantayog Center, Quezon Ave, Diliman, 1109 Quezon City, Philippines.

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Phone Number: 282982298