Never Forget: Jim Paredes on how music inspired the protest movement during Martial law
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Jim Paredes joins us in the second part of our Martial law special. He recalls his days as an idealistic youth whose parents were both political detainees.  He tells us how the APO Hiking society was formed amidst turbulent times and how their music and popularity inspired a nation under a newly declared Martial Law.
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