1980's People Power Revolution Protest Tee
1980s, well-worn yellow tee from the ‘People Power Revolution’ (a.k.a EDSA Revolution) protests in the Philippines. In February of 1986, there were 4 days of demonstrations and acts civil resistance that led to the removal of the corrupt dictator, Ferdinand Marcos. Inside the graphic on the tee is the phrase, “Lakas Ng Bayan,” which translated to English means, “People’s Power.” Also abbreviated as ‘LABAN,’ (translated: “fight.”), is a left-wing political party created in 1978. They later formed a coalition with the PDP party in 1982 and led the charge during the political protests to overthrow Marcos.
Damage: the tee has a few faint marks on the front *pictured*.
18 1/4” - 20” pit to pit (stretches)
16.5” - 19” shoulders