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Artworks by the children of Marites Cablitas and Rossel Morales.

Marites Cablitas and Rossel Morales were both local journalists based in Mindanao before they were killed in Ampatuan Massacre on November 23, 2009.

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IN THEIR EYES: A photo series

The series includes artworks which intends to show the public the thoughts and feelings of the children of journalists killed in the line of duty.

Let us never forget the Ampatuan Massacre.

Join NUJP and other media organizations in calling for an end to impunity and extrajudicial killings.

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"Why is Dad sleeping so long?" An artwork by Kent Christian Ureta, son of Ronald Ureta.
Ronald Ureta was a radio broadcaster for DYKR in Aklan before he was gunned down on January 3, 2001.
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IN THEIR EYES: A photo series | The series   includes artworks which intends to show the public the thoughts and   feelings of the children of journalists killed in the line of duty. Join NUJP and other media organizations in calling for an end to   impunity and extrajudicial killings.
Support the first INTERNATIONAL DAY  TO END IMPUNITY campaign. Follow us on Tumblr, Twitter and Flickr. Like our page on Facebook.

"Why is Dad sleeping so long?" An artwork by Kent Christian Ureta, son of Ronald Ureta.

Ronald Ureta was a radio broadcaster for DYKR in Aklan before he was gunned down on January 3, 2001.

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IN THEIR EYES: A photo series | The series includes artworks which intends to show the public the thoughts and feelings of the children of journalists killed in the line of duty. Join NUJP and other media organizations in calling for an end to impunity and extrajudicial killings.

Support the first INTERNATIONAL DAY TO END IMPUNITY campaign. Follow us on TumblrTwitter and Flickr. Like our page on Facebook.

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"Where is justice?" An artwork by Danieca Marie Cablitas, daughter of Marites Cablitas.
Marites Cablitas was a Mindanao-based print and radio journalist before she was murdered together with 31 other journalists in the Ampatuan Massacre two years ago.
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This photo is part of the series entitled IN THEIR EYES. The series  includes artworks which intends to show the public the thoughts and  feelings of the children of journalists killed in the line of duty.
Join NUJP and other media organizations in calling for an end to  impunity and extrajudicial killings. Let us never forget the Ampatuan Massacre.
Support the first INTERNATIONAL DAY  TO END IMPUNITY campaign. Follow us on Tumblr, Twitter and Flickr. Like our page on Facebook.

"Where is justice?" An artwork by Danieca Marie Cablitas, daughter of Marites Cablitas.

Marites Cablitas was a Mindanao-based print and radio journalist before she was murdered together with 31 other journalists in the Ampatuan Massacre two years ago.

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This photo is part of the series entitled IN THEIR EYES. The series includes artworks which intends to show the public the thoughts and feelings of the children of journalists killed in the line of duty.

Join NUJP and other media organizations in calling for an end to impunity and extrajudicial killings. Let us never forget the Ampatuan Massacre.

Support the first INTERNATIONAL DAY TO END IMPUNITY campaign. Follow us on TumblrTwitter and Flickr. Like our page on Facebook.

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Artwork by Angelica Cuesta, daughter of Dennis Cuesta.
Dennis Cuesta was a radio commentator in General Santos City before he was shot dead on March 14, 2005.
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This photo is part of the series entitled IN THEIR EYES. The series includes artworks which intends to show the public the thoughts and feelings of the children of journalists killed in the line of duty.
Join NUJP and other media organizations in calling for an end to impunity and extrajudicial killings. Support the first INTERNATIONAL DAY TO END IMPUNITY campaign. Follow us on Tumblr, Twitter and Flickr. Like our page on Facebook.

Artwork by Angelica Cuesta, daughter of Dennis Cuesta.

Dennis Cuesta was a radio commentator in General Santos City before he was shot dead on March 14, 2005.

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This photo is part of the series entitled IN THEIR EYES. The series includes artworks which intends to show the public the thoughts and feelings of the children of journalists killed in the line of duty.

Join NUJP and other media organizations in calling for an end to impunity and extrajudicial killings. Support the first INTERNATIONAL DAY TO END IMPUNITY campaign. Follow us on TumblrTwitter and Flickr. Like our page on Facebook.

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Artwork by the children of Romeo Sanchez, namely; Ara, Arian, Aga, Berta and Ynnah.
Romeo Sanchez was a radio commentator at DZNL before he was shot dead in Baguio on March 2005.
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This photo is part of the series entitled IN THEIR EYES. The series includes artworks which intends to show the public the thoughts and feelings of the children of journalists killed in the line of duty.
Join NUJP and other media organizations in calling for an end to impunity and extrajudicial killings. Support the first INTERNATIONAL DAY TO END IMPUNITY campaign. Follow us on Tumblr, Twitter and Flickr. Like our page on Facebook.

Artwork by the children of Romeo Sanchez, namely; Ara, Arian, Aga, Berta and Ynnah.

Romeo Sanchez was a radio commentator at DZNL before he was shot dead in Baguio on March 2005.

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This photo is part of the series entitled IN THEIR EYES. The series includes artworks which intends to show the public the thoughts and feelings of the children of journalists killed in the line of duty.

Join NUJP and other media organizations in calling for an end to impunity and extrajudicial killings. Support the first INTERNATIONAL DAY TO END IMPUNITY campaign. Follow us on TumblrTwitter and Flickr. Like our page on Facebook.