IN PHOTOS: PH stars remember the 45th anniversary of Martial Law

Agot Isidro, Pen Medina, Saab Magalona, and more perform and participate in the protests to remember the declaration of Martial Law

Rappler.com

Published: 10:48 PM September 21, 2017

Updated: 10:48 PM September 21, 2017

STAR POWER. Pen Medina, Agot Isidro, Cherry Pie Picache, and Juan Miguel Severo are among the stars who were seen at the rallies held to remember the 45h anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law. Photos by Alecs Ongcal/Martin San Diego/Rappler

MANILA, Philippines – On Thursday, September 21, local stars made their voices heard as they marched and took part in the protests to remember the declaration of Martial Law. (READ: Thousands join national protest to remind Filipinos of Marcos' Martial Law)

Actor Pen Medina was spotted speaking at the Anti-Duterte rally in Luneta.

Pen Medina. Photo by Alecs Ongcal/Rappler

Carlos Celdran, Mae Paner (aka Juana Change), and Juan Miguel Severo were also spotted marching and reading during the show.

Juana Change Photo by Martin San Diego/Rappler
Agot Isidro and Cherry Pie Picache. Photo by Alecs Ongcal/Rappler

Artists unite at Luneta. Movement Against Tyranny A post shared by Audie Gemora (@aromeg) on Sep 21, 2017 at 2:54am PDT

KINDRED SPIRITS. #NeverAgain A post shared by Noel Ferrer (@iamnoelferrer) on Sep 21, 2017 at 3:43am PDT 

Others, like Jim Paredes, Leah Navarro, and Noel Cabangon, took to social media to voice out their opinions.

Feel the fear. But do it anyway because it is the right thing to do. See you later. #TindigPilipinas #ManlabanTayo — Jim (@Jimparedes) September 21, 2017

Pnoy's parents taught us that human rights are to be guarded with our lives. Let us continue their legacy of heroism. #ManlabanTayo pic.twitter.com/j6zGE4c3Tp — Leah Navarro (@leahnavarro) September 21, 2017

Thousands of people gathered in various parts of the country to remember the 45th anniversary of Martial Law, which was declared by president Ferdinand Marcos in 1972. 

President Rodrigo Duterte declared September 21 as a "National Day of Protest," canceling classes and work in government offices. – Rappler.com