Two years ago, on Nov. 23, 2009, at least 57 people, including 32 journalists, were massacred in the town of Ampatuan in Maguindanao province.
With justice still not in sight two years after the massacre, Filipinos have gone online to clamor for a speedy resolution to the case.
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines launched a Facebook Page to consolidate the online activities that complemented the on-ground activities commemorating the second anniversary of the massacre and the first International Day to End Impunity. You may also check out artwork from the children of slain journalists on NUJP's Flickr stream.
Filipino netizens have responded to the call, highlighting their activities on Twitter by using the hashtags #AmpatuanMassacre, #endimpunityinPH, #Nov23 and #IDEI. As well, they've appended #TodayImWearing, followed by the word "black" to show solidarity.
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